FIRST WORLD WAR DIARY SEPTEMBER 1917 WORLD MAP

September 1917: England is pounded from the sky as Gotha bombers, Zeppelins, and a new giant of the sky, raid numerous targets throughout the month – an undertaking completed mostly by the aircraft of Kagohl 3. Despite the frequency of the raids on Dover and London in particular, the greatest tragedy is had at Chatham. Elsewhere, the British further their gains in Mesopotamia, while the offensive at Third Ypres continues.

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