1918, air raid, Anutieh, Battle of Imbros, Battle of Jerusalem, Berlin, Brazil, casualties, civilian casualties, communications, Dardanelles, France, Germany, Great Britain, HMS E14, Imperial German Navy, Jerusalem, Munich, Ottoman Empire, Ottoman Navy, Palestine, Paris, Pedro Frontin, Royal Navy, sinking, SMS Goeben, strike, Turkey
British line slightly advanced near Anutieh, 12 miles north of Jerusalem. Turks sink off Kum Kale H.M. submarine E14, which went up straits on January 27 to attempt destruction of Goeben; seven men were saved. Admiral Pronti appointed Commander-in-Chief of Brazilian Fleet to co-operate in European waters. Air raid on Paris; 255 casualties; one raider brought down. German strikes announced spreading to Munich and other places; intensified state of siege declared in many German towns, including Berlin; Vorwärts and other newspapers suppressed.