Diary April 11, 1915

Zeppelin-Staaken R IV
An early Zeppelin-Staaken R in flight made an impressive spectacle.
Diary for Sunday, April 11, 1915:

Air War

Germany: Zeppelin VGO I (Staaken R I) giant trimotor bomber first flies.

Western Front

Somme: French engaged in heavy fighting near Albert.

Eastern Front

CoS Yanushkevich vainly warns Northwest Front C-in-C Alexeiev of threat to West Galicia.
Carpathians: Brusilov claims 70,000 PoWs, more than 30 guns and 200 MGs captured since March 19.

Middle East

Mesopotamia: Turks bombard Qurna and Ahwaz.

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