1918, aeroplanes, air raid, Austria-Hungary, Capo Sile, casualties, civilian casualties, England, Etaples, France, Germany, Great Britain, hospital, Italy, London, Mozambique, Nanungu, Portugal, Portuguese East Africa, Portuguese Empire, Venice, William FS Edwards
Italian storming party capture advanced positions at Capo Sile, north-east corner of Venetian lagoons. Great air raid on London in which some of new large Gothas participate; 44 killed and 179 injured in London; five raiders destroyed and believed two others fall in flames into the sea. German airmen bomb large group of British hospitals at Etaples, far outside battle area in France; 300 casualties. Nanungu, German headquarters in Mozambique, occupied by General Edwards.
1917, Alps, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Caporetto, Fagara, First Battle of Monte Grappa, First Battle of the Piave, Folina, France, French Prime Minister, Georges Clemenceau, Germany, Italy, Mount Grappa, Mount Prasolan, Piave, prisoners of war, Quero, Twelfth Battle of the Isonzo, Venice, Zenson
Great enemy attack on 20-mile front from the Lower Alps to Quero, on the Piave; Mt. Prasolan taken; Italians retire towards Mt. Grappa, guarding the Venetian plain; enemy cross Lower Piave at Folina and Fagara, but are dispersed at Folina; fighting at Zenson; Italians take over 1,000 prisoners. M. Clemenceau forms a French Ministry.
1917, Alexander Kerensky, Ascalon, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Caporetto, Battle of Mughar Ridge, Beersheba, Damascus, Edmund Allenby, First Battle of Monte Grappa, First Battle of the Piave, France, Germany, Great Britain, Grisolera, Italy, Jerusalem, Joppa, Kerensky-Krasnov uprising, Ottoman Empire, Palestine, Paul Painleve, Piave, prisoners of war, Russia, Russian Civil War, Russian Revolution, Tsarskoe Selo, Turkey, Twelfth Battle of the Isonzo, Venice, Wadi Sukereir, Wadi Surar
Enemy groups cross the Piave at Grisolera, 20 miles north-east of Venice, but are checked on the Veccia Piave. General Allenby drives the Turks from the Wadi Sukereir, 12 miles north of Ascalon; they retire on the Wadi Surar, eight miles south of Joppa; junction of Beersheba-Damascus line with the line from Jerusalem taken; over 1,500 prisoners. Kerensky’s forces defeated at Tsarskoe Selo. Fall of Painlevé Government.
1917, Allied War Council, Allies, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Caporetto, Brenta, British Prime Minister, evacuation, First Battle of Monte Grappa, First Battle of the Piave, Fonzaso, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Lloyd George, Paris, Piave, Romania, Serbia, Sugana Valley, Supreme War Council, Twelfth Battle of the Isonzo, Venice, Zenson
Mr. Lloyd George in Paris on necessity for Allied War Council, to want of which he attributes Serbian, Rumanian, and Italian disasters. Enemy establish a bridgehead across the Lower Piave at Zenson, 20 miles north-east of Venice; Italians evacuate Fonzaso and part of the Val Sugana, overlooking the Brenta.
1916, aeroplanes, air raid, Alps, Ancre, Battle of the Ancre, Battle of the Somme, Beaucourt, Beaumont Hamel, Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Louis Robert de Beauchamp, Ostend, Royal Naval Air Service, Royal Navy, Venice, Zeebrugge
British advance on the Ancre north-east of Beaumont-Hamel and north of Beaucourt. French aviator, Captain de Beauchamps, bombs Munich and, crossing the Alps, lands north of Venice. British naval aeroplanes raid Ostend and Zeebrugge.
1915, aeroplanes, Austria-Hungary, Belgium, British Army, dispatches, Field Marshal, France, Fresnes-en-Woevre, gas, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Lorraine, Second Battle of Ypres, Sir John French, Souchez, St Mihiel, Venice, weapons, Ypres