1916, air raid, August von Mackensen, Battle of Le Transloy, Battle of the Somme, Bolton, Brusilov Offensive, Brzezany, Bulgaria, civilian casualties, Danube, decoration, Distinguished Service Order, Dobrudja, Eaucourt l'Abbaye, England, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Lancashire, Lincolnshire, London, Norfolk, Northamptonshire, Potter's Bar, Riahovo, Romania, Royal Flying Corps, Ruse, Russia, Rustchuk, Sheffield, Somme, Ukraine, Wulstan Joseph Tempest, Yorkshire, Zeppelin, Zlota Lipa
Fresh British attack on the Somme on a front of 3,000 yards; Eaucourt l’Abbaye taken. German counter-attacks south of Brzezany on the Zlota Lipa repulsed. Von Mackensen repulsed in the Dobrudja on his centre and right flank; Rumanian diversion across the Danube at Riahovo near Rustchuk. Zeppelin raid on the East Coast; two attack London, of which one driven off and the other brought down in flames at Potter’s Bar; two casualties; Second Lieutenant A. de B. Brandon and W. J. Tempest awarded the D.S.O.