1917, Adriatic, aeroplanes, air raid, Austria-Hungary, Blackpool, bombardment, Brestovica, Carso Plateau, casualties, civilian casualties, civilians, Eleventh Battle of the Isonzo, England, Germany, Gorizia, Great Britain, Imperial German Navy, Italy, Kent, Latvia, London, Monte San Gabriele, peace, prisoners of war, Riga, River Aa, Russia, Scarborough, Sheerness, Slovenia, Stockholm, submarine, Sweden
Heavy fighting on the Julian front north-east of Gorizia; Italians win positions around Mte. S. Gabriele and take 1,600 prisoners; on the Carso they retreat between Brestovica and the sea, but later re-establish their line. German troops across the Aa, 33 miles north-east of Riga. German submarine shells Scarborough; three killed and five injured. About 20 German aeroplanes raid London at night; 11 killed and 62 injured; one enemy machine reported brought down in sea off Sheerness. Trade Union Congress at Blackpool decide against Stockholm Conference at present moment.