air raid, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Messines, Battle of Mount Ortigara, Belgium, casualties, civilian casualties, England, Essex, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Kent, London, Margate, North Sea, prisoners of war, Royal Navy, Shoeburyness, Trentino, United States of America
Sir Douglas Haig reports 7,342 prisoners taken since June 7. Austrian reverse on the Trentino border, attempting to retake Mt. Ortigara. British armed merchant cruiser Avenge torpedoed in the North Sea; one man killed. Raid by 15 German aeroplanes on London; one brought down; 157 killed, 432 injured. General Pershing in France.