London

Chronological events that took place in London.

  • 1915
    • 31 May & 1 JuneZeppelin air raid on East London. Civilian casualties: 7 killed (inc. 4 children) and 33 injured (inc. 7 children).
    • 17 & 18 August – Zeppelin air raid on the city, Kent and Essex. Civilian casualties: 10 killed (inc. 1 child) and 48 injured (inc. 12 children).
    • 7 & 8 September – Zeppelin air raid on the city and East Suffolk. Civilian casualties: 18 killed (inc. 6 children) and 37 injured (inc. 13 children).
    • 8 & 9 September – Zeppelin air raid on the city, Norfolk and North Riding. Civilian casualties: 24 killed (inc. 6 children) and 92 injured (inc. 10 children).
    • 13 & 14 October – Zeppelin air raid on the city, Norfolk, Suffolk and the Home Counties. Civilian casualties: 54 killed (inc. 6 children) and 107 injured (inc. 9 children).

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Source: Lord Edward Gleichen (1918–1920). Chronology of the War. Volumes I, II & III. Constable & Company, London. (Copyright expired)