1918, aeroplanes, air raid, Belgium, civilian casualties, communications, France, German Empire, Germany, Great Britain, Imperial German Navy, Liege, Mahua, Mozambique, Nanungu, Paris, Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck, Portugal, Portuguese Empire, railway, sinking, William FS Edwards, Zeebrugge
British air raid on Liége railway junctions. German air raid on Paris by about 30 machines, only one of which gets through defences; 1 killed, 12 injured. Air raids on Zeebrugge; a German destroyer in the harbour sunk by a bomb. General Edwards in contact with Von Lettow Vorbeck‘s forces between Nanungu and Mahua and drives him westwards.