1917, aeroplanes, air raid, Alexander Kerensky, Bulgaria, Bullecourt, casualties, civilian casualties, disease, England, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, peace, Petrograd, Royal Flying Corps, Russia, Russian Revolution, Struma, Zeppelin
Further fighting around Bullecourt. British withdrawal on left bank of the Struma owing to advent of the malarial season. Duma resolution against a separate peace or prolonged inactivity at the front; All-Russian Congress of Workmen’s and Soldiers’ Delegates meets in Petrograd; M. Kerensky defends his policy amidst applause. Zeppelin attack in East Anglia; it is brought down in flames by an R.F.C. pilot, three members of the crew surviving; a second airship raids the Kent coast; three killed and injured.