Diary June 14, 1917

 Germany Navy scouting Zeppelin
The Germany Navy made extensive use of Zeppelins for scouting, but communications problems reduced their theoretical effectiveness.
World War One Diary for Thursday, June 14, 1917:

Sea War

North Sea­: Harwich Force destroys Zeppelin L43.
North Atlantic: U-boat sinks AMC HMS Avenger.

Western Front

Flanders: 3rd Australian Division attack Infantry Hill (lose ground on June 18, regain it on June 20).

Southern Fronts

Greece: British detachment lands at Piraeus after c.9,500 French soldiers on June 12. 500 British soldiers reinforce French at Larissa on June 16 also to gain grain supplies.

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