|Daylight Air Raids
Daylight raids on London by 18 German Gotha bombers continue and 157 people are killed and 432 injured
|Germany’s Fanciful Report of a Raid
A Berlin Official telegram stated “One of our Airship Squadrons under Captain Strasser attacked with success on the night of May 23rd and 24th, places in the south of England – Harwich and Norwich.”
Latest reports show the movement of Zeppelins were hopelessly lost, not only over England, but also on their return trip back to Germany.
|New Recruits for the Allies
The first contingent of American soliders arrives in France and Portuguese troops see action for the first time on the Western Front.
|Norwich Tribunal Receives Anonymous Letters
People are writing to the Military Representative about people who have not signed their names up for service. He urges people to come and see him privately and that any conversations will be confidential. He would then be able to explain from his records why such and such person had not been called up. He remarked some of the letters were extremely insolent to the Tribunal and to himself as the military representative.