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BRITISH AIRMAN'S DARING FEAT I ATTACK ON ZEPPELIN SHED. I The Secretary of the Admiralty communicated the following statement for pitbtioation:- "On Tuesday, British aeroplanes of the Naval Wing deliveredMl attack on the Zeppelin 6hed at Dusseldorf. "The conditions were rendered very diffi- oult by the misty weather, but Flight-Lieu- tenant C. H. Collet dropped three bombs on the Zeppelin shed, approaching within 400 feet. "The extent of the damage done is not known. "Fli-ht-.Lieut,enant Collet's machine was atruck by 000 projectile, but all the machines. returned safely to tbeir point of departure. "The importance of this incident lies in the fact that it shows that, in the event of further bombs being dropped into Antwerp or other Belgium tpwns, measures of reprisal can cer- tainly be adopted,' if desired, to almost any extant."

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