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LATEST WAR NEWS i

THURSDAY'S FRENCH OFFICIAL.I

MESOPOTAMIA ADVANCE. I

-SLIGHT ENEMY GAINS.______1

I ARMISTICE CANARD.

A WEEK'S PIRACY. I

WAR MUSEUM EXHIBITION.

I A FARTHING TOO MUCH! f

I POLICE PROMOTIONS. I

I SHIP WIHTOUT A PILOT. t

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WAR SUMMARY I

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AIR RAID ON ENGLAND . -.-…

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AIR RAID ON ENGLAND f Effort by 25 'Planes Two I BrougSrt Down. PRESS BUREAU. Thursday, 1.45 p.m. Lord French reports:â A raid by about 25 enemy aeroplanes took place early this morning. The first group or aeroplanes came in over Kent at 1.4b a.m., and dropped bombs on various places on and near the coast. Two groups made for the land shortly after 3 a.m., the various machines pro- ceeding up the Thames and some distance t into Kent. Both the above groups appeared'to have carried on preliminary attacks with the object of drawing gunfire and exhausting the defences, for it was not until an hour later that the most serious attacks de- veloped., Between 4 a.m. and 4.30 a.m. two groups ol enemy machines crossed the Essex coast and three groups crossed the Kent coast, proceeding towards London on con- verging courses. Their practical plan 'I aeems to have been to deliver five simul- taneous attacks on the Capital from the north-east and south-west. ¡ The whole of one group, however, was driven back by gunfire. and of the others not more than five or six machines pene- trated into London. One or two explosive. and a large number of incendiary bombis were dropped in various districts at about 5 a.m. Two of the raiders fell victims to our defences in East Kent, the entire crew of three men being captured alive. A number of fires occurred in London, but all Were speedily got under control by the Metropolitan Fire Brigade. The casualties are believed to be light, but full police reports have not been re- ceived. A number of our own aeroplanes went up, and all returned safely. AIR RAID CASUALTIES. J In the air raid three persons were killed and ten injured in the London area, and four killed and eleven injured outside. BOMBS ON A TRAIN. I PRESS BUREAU, Thursday. The Admiralty announces:â On Dec. 5th, Naval aircraft carried out a bombing raid on the Sparrapel Hoek Aerodrome. Mny bombs were dropped on the objec- tives and also on & train leaving Engel Dump. Numerous engagements with enemy air- craft liove taken place during patrols. with the result that three hostile machines have been destroyed, and one driven down out of control. On Dec. 4th also, in the course of patrols, three enemy aircraft were shot down out of control. All our machines returned safely. RAIDS INTO GERMANY. I Wednesday night's British official re- ports two great raids into Gerfhany. Zweibrucker railway junction and sid- ings and works at Saarbrucken were hit, and two fires caused. -11 PARIS TO ALGIERS. PARIS, Thursday. I A French dirigible has just made a I voyage from Paris to Algiers. The air- ship, although the atmospheric oonditioiis were not favourable, arrived at Algiers without incident in eleven hours.Ex- change Special.

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