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19 January 1915 First Zeppelin raid on Great Britain
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19 January 1915 - First Zeppelin raid on Great Britain - Britain suffers its first casualties from an air attack when two German zeppelins drop bombs on ...
In January 1915, Germany employed three zeppelins, the L.3, the L.4, and the L.6, in a two-day bombing mission against Britain. The L.6 turned back after ...
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Luftschiff Zeppelin LZ24, the Imperial German Navy bomber L3. (Royal Air Force Museum
Nottingham Evening Post - Wednesday 20 January 1915 © THE BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD. ALL RIGHTS
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Zeppelin raids on England, 1915
Zeppelins and air raids in 1916 - Fun Kids - the UK's children's radio station
19–20 January 1915: Zeppelins Bomb Great Britain for First Time
19 January 1915, the first German airship raid on the mainland of Great Britain claims 4 lives.
Albert Street in King's Lynn on 20th January 1915 following a bombing raid by German Zeppellins
Jan 20 1915 Germans target the British Royal #Sandringham Palace http://archives
On the 19th January 1915 3 Zeppelins set off to bomb the Humberside area. Zeppelins L3. L4 and L6. Due to mechanical problems L6 was forced to return.
The German Zeppelin Raid on Great Yarmouth, January 1915 Men of the Norfolk Regiment with part of a German bomb which was dropped on a stable behind 78 ...
Identification chart for British and German airships
1915 War Illustrated Zeppelin Raid on Norfolk, England - Stock Image
The Zeppelin Raid on Yarmouth 19 January 1915: The story of Britain's first air raid an loss on civilian life: Amazon.co.uk: Gary Rossin: 9781909796560: ...
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Western Mail - Thursday 21 January 1915 © THE BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
British recruiting poster from 1915
England" January 19th, 1915. Publ. NPG No. 4986
The shape of things to come? A private back garden photograph of an airship or
Zeppelin projection
WWI covered live — Jan 19 1915 After approval from the Kaiser and.
German airship Schütte Lanz SL2 bombing Warsaw in 1914
Before Hitler launched the Blitz in the Second World War, Germany used Zeppelins in bombing
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London's World War I Zeppelin Terror
Zeppelin raid on Norfolk 100 years ago set Blitz precedent | Anglia - ITV News
1st German Zeppelin Airship L3 L4 raid on England 19 Jan 1915. Norfolk, 1925 map
Zeppelin Throws Bombs At Sandringham Palace -- January 18, 2015. On 19- January-1915, Germany made the first Zeppelin attack on British ...
Graf Zeppelin over St Paul's Cathedral, London, 1930, The National Archives, AIR
A couple of ghost composites to commemorate the Zeppelin Raids on Great Yarmouth and King's Lynn on the 20th of January 1915 for my opening 'ghosting' ...
Zeppelin German Army and Navy hydrogen filled Airships began their bombing raids over Southern England with varied success on the 19th January 1915.
At the beginning of 1915 the Kaiser sanctioned the use of Zeppelins to bomb military and industrial targets in England. So on 19th January 1915 three ...
Zeppelin Bombing Blue Plaque - St Peter's Plain, Great Yarmouth, UK - News Article Locations on Waymarking.com
Blue plaque unveiling to commemorate the bombing by Zeppelin air ship in Great Yarmouth. Unveiling
Zeppelin. From Wikipedia ...
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Western Daily Press - Saturday 23 January 1915 © THE BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD. ALL RIGHTS
Bentinck Street in King's Lynn on 20th January 1915 following a bombing raid by German Zeppellins
German Zeppelin airships began to attack English towns on the night of 19th January 1915, resulting in the first British civilian casualties of the war.
19–20 January 1915
100th Anniversary commemorations in Great Yarmouth in Norfolk remembering the first Zeppelin raid on England on 19th January 1915.
Domestic housing hit following a zeppelin raid on Yarmouth January 1915
15 1915 January 19, 1915 First German Zeppelin air raid on England
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British newspaper announces the first Zeppelin raid on London, 31-May-1915.
A Zeppelin of the kind used by the German airforce for reconnaissance and bombing missions in
Zeppelin L3:- Length: 518 ft. Diameter: 48 ft. Maximum speed: 47 mph. Range: 1,366 miles. Operations: 27 reconnaissance and 1 bombing raid.
A view from underneath a Zeppelin
Norfolk 19 Jan 1915
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A Zeppelin bomb which failed to explode in Yarmouth - Forces War Records Archive.
Great Yarmouth and King's Lynn zeppelin raids anniversary | Latest Norfolk and Suffolk News - Eastern Daily Press
JUNE 2, 2014 By Christopher Klein
Period German postcard of a Zepplein Raid on London
Zeppelin airship During WW1, Great Yarmouth in Norfolk was the first British ...
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Great Yarmouth, UK. 19th Jan, 2015. Service held to mark the Anniversary of the first ever bombing raid on Great Britain, the air raid by German Zeppelin L3 ...
19th January 1915: Zeppelins bomb Great Yarmouth and Kings Lynn | HistoryPod
A Zeppelin taking flight
Raid on Cuxhaven. From Wikipedia ...
This year's very public recognition contrasts with the discreet funerals held in 1915, carefully arranged to avoid publicity after the shock of the ...
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The Fish Wharf in Great Yarmouth on 20th January 1915 following a bombing raid by German
The first Zeppelin raid on the UK came on the night of 19th/20th January 1915. Zeppelins L3 and L4 of the German Imperial Navy planned to bomb the Humber ...
Cropped detail of a private back garden photograph of an airship or possible Zeppelin, location
The first zeppelin raid on England at Great Yarmouth on 19th January 1915 - Damaged houses
Zeppelin Over England! Part 2
Zeppelin vs British Home Defence 1915–18
Germany's actions = Propaganda gift for Allies. January 19, 1915 First German Zeppelin air raid on England.
This map shows the locations and dates of all the bombing raids on London by Zeppelins
The USS Los Angeles, a US Navy airship built in Germany by the Zeppelin Company
"Air Raid Warning", poster
Zeppelin raid 4
The Zeppelin attack Great Britain
The bomb from Zeppelin LZ38 was a direct hit, hitting at 1:48am on 16 May, according to the hotel's stopped clock (1915).
Great Yarmouth's Mayor, Marlene Fairhead, lays a wreath at the grave of Samuel Smith, killed in the Zeppelin raid of January 19th 1915.
Great Yarmouth, UK. 19th Jan, 2015. Service held to mark the Anniversary of the first ever bombing raid on Great Britain, the air raid by German Zeppelin L3 ...
Illustration of boy staring at zeppelin
Blue plaque in recognition of the first Zeppelin raid on the UK
One hundred years ago today the first Zeppelin raid on Britain took place on the evening of 19th January 1915.
Memorial plaque, Farringdon Road, London, 2014. This plaque records the bombing by ...
A small zeppelin is seen rising above a floating platform full of men
Memorial to two of the victims Credit: ITV News Anglia
11 Approx 50 Zeppelin raids on Britain ...
The airborne menace - First World War Zeppelin raids on London
British recruiting poster from 1915. Advertisement by the Daily Mail for its Zeppelin fund.