Tags » Mesopotamia

Saturday 28 April 1917 - We Lost 3,422

The Northumberland Fusiliers attack German positions near Fampoux at 04:25.  The assault is checked by devastating machine gun and artillery fire and the assault grinds to a halt.  1,258 more words


Mom killed, daughter injured in Mesopotamia shooting

MESOPOTAMIA, Ohio (WYTV) –  A suspect has been arrested, charged with shooting and killing his girlfriend’s mother in Mesopotamia on Tuesday night.

Douglas Day’s bond was set at $1 million. 158 more words


Thursday 26 April 1917 - We Lost 854

Mrs. Catherine Wood suffers the loss of her husband and two sons when HM Drifter Plantin is sunk by a mine off Staudfast Point.  Her husband is skipper John Wood, and her sons are engineman John Wood age 20 and trimmer cook William Wood who dies at age 18. 242 more words


Ókor - KVIZ

Görög civilizáció hangszerei

Kithara, líra és aulosz

Sheng és guzheng

Ezek kínai hangszerek

Sistrum és arghul

Ezek egyiptomi hangszerek

Egyiptomi civilizáció hangszerei

Sistrum és arghul… 547 more words


Wednesday 25 April 1917 - We Lost 1,342

Captain Albert Ball (Royal Flying Corps) will begin a thirteen day period during which he takes part in twenty-six combats in the air, destroying eleven hostile airplanes, driving down two out of control and forcing several others to land.  831 more words

Royal Flying Corps

Tuesday 24 April 1917 - We Lost 1,932

Flight Sub Lieutenant John Joseph Malone (Royal Naval Air Service) engages a hostile two-seater and, after badly wounding the observer, forcing it to land on our side of the line. 1,143 more words


Monday 23 April 1917 - We Lost 5,103

Second Battle of the Scarpe is begun with an attack by nine British divisions on a 9-mile front, attacking the Chemical Works in Rouex, now defended by three German divisions. 2,692 more words