1918, aeroplanes, air raid, Austria-Hungary, Capo Sile, casualties, civilian casualties, England, Etaples, France, Germany, Great Britain, hospital, Italy, London, Mozambique, Nanungu, Portugal, Portuguese East Africa, Portuguese Empire, Venice, William FS Edwards
Italian storming party capture advanced positions at Capo Sile, north-east corner of Venetian lagoons. Great air raid on London in which some of new large Gothas participate; 44 killed and 179 injured in London; five raiders destroyed and believed two others fall in flames into the sea. German airmen bomb large group of British hospitals at Etaples, far outside battle area in France; 300 casualties. Nanungu, German headquarters in Mozambique, occupied by General Edwards.