air raid, Belgium, bombardment, Bruges, casualties, France, Germany, Great Britain, Jussy, Konz, Metz, Operation Michael, Paris, Peronne, prisoners of war, Royal Navy, sinking, Somme, St Quentin, weapons
British in new positions south and west of St. Quentin; renewed German efforts to turn the British right defeated at Jussy; they retreat to the Somme, which line they hold to Péronne; French troops in action on their right and take over part of their line; Germans claim 25,000 prisoners and 400 guns to date. British airmen raid Bruges docks, Konz, and Metz. Paris shelled by a German long-range gun from a distance of about 75 miles. H.M. destroyer sunk in collision; all saved except one officer and one man.