1915, air raid, Belgrade, Bug River, Charles Edmonds, civilian casualties, Dardanelles, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ottoman Empire, Poland, River Aa, Russia, Serbia, Siedlce, Turkey, Warsaw, Zeppelin
Germans repulsed in the Mitau region, and driven beyond the River Aa. Germans capture Siedlce and make progress towards the Bug, 60 miles east of Warsaw. Turkish transport sunk by British seaplane, Flight-Lieutenant Edmonds, in the Dardanelles. Belgrade again bombarded. Zeppelin raid on East Coast; six killed and 23 wounded; one Zeppelin probably damaged by mobile anti-aircraft section.