1915, aeroplanes, air raid, Aisne, Alsace, Austria-Hungary, Belgium, bombardment, casualties, civilian casualties, communications, Dettweiler, Dettwiller, flamethrower, Flanders, France, Freiburg-im-Breisgaü, Germany, Gradisca, Great Britain, Haguenau, Hooge, Imperial German Navy, Italy, merchant navy, Pfalzburg, Phalsbourg, Picardie, railway, Second Battle of the Isonzo, sinking, SM U-28, SS Iberian, submarine, trenches, United States of America, weapons, Wissembourg
Germans recapture by use of “flame projectors” part of trenches lost at Hooge, but lose them again. French aeroplanes bombard stations of Dettweiler near Pfalzburg, Freiburg, and Chauny, petrol-producing factories at Peschelbronn, between Hagenau and Weissenburg, and aviation sheds at Pfalzburg. Italians attack Austrian second line of defence east of Gradisca to which they have withdrawn. Leyland liner Iberian sunk by German submarine; six of the crew, including three Americans, killed by shell-fire.