Diary April 13, 1915
Diary for Tuesday, April 13, 1915:
The British 13-pounder anti-aircraft gun was a combination of a light field gun and a Thornycroft J-type lorry and first saw service in 1915.
Western Front: German Army airship L235 damaged by AA fire while bombing Poperinghe and wrecked in forced landing near Ypres.
Aisne: French success near Berry-au-Bac.
Bulgaria: Battleship Agamemnon at port of Dedeagach on diplomatic visit until next day.
Channel: Rear-Admiral Bacon replaces Hood in command of Dover Patrol.
Britain: Lloyd George chairs new Cabinet munitions committee.