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In addition to Pola, the naval arsenal in Trieste was another important bomber target, also for the Italian airships. In addition to the three official candidates, Emili Rousaud achieved this goal, but withdrew from the presidential election. On June 8, 2010, Senderos signed a three-year contract with Europa League finalists FC Fulham. This page was last edited on June 21, 2023 at 11:39 am. This page was last edited on September 4, 2023 at 4:16 p.m. This page was last edited on May 2, 2023 at 1:52 p.m. Instead of an absolute ban on night flights, as Fraport had requested, the ministry approved 17 scheduled flights between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. 'M' class airships carried up to 1,000 kg of bomb loads. The following day the airships also carried out their first mission across the Adriatic against Sebenico, which was attacked again by an airship the following day. On the first day of the war, Lieutenant Gaetano Coniglio carried out a first photo reconnaissance mission in the Podgora area with the observer Lieutenant Andrea De Brani, who had already taken part in the army maneuvers in 1911 as the first aircraft observer. In November 1915, the first four squadrons were set up with three-engine Caproni Ca.32 large aircraft. With the Nieuport 11 "Bebè", which was now manufactured under license in Italy by Macchi, Major Francesco Baracca achieved his first aerial victory on April 7, 1916 against an Austrian Brandenburg aircraft near Medeuzza.

↑ See also Hans-Ulrich Wiemer: The Goths in Italy. ↑ from Sources: NYCFC seek homegrown claim on Wake Forest star Jack Harrison (Memento of the original from 11. July 2020 in the Internet Archive) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. However, on July 8, 1915, the "Citta di Ferrara" was shot down by an Austro-Hungarian naval pilot, and on August 5, the "Citta di Jesi" was destroyed by Austrian anti-aircraft defense. La Spezia was bombed by Joseph Siegel with a Brandenburg aircraft on July 11, 1916, and Naples was attacked from Bulgaria on March 10, 1916 by the German Zeppelin L 59 (LZ 104), which caused numerous civilian casualties despite minor material damage. Milan was bombed on February 14, 1916 by 11 Lloyd and one Lohner B.VII that had taken off from Trentino, whereupon Caproni bombers attacked Ljubljana in return. On August 20, 1915, Caproni bombers bombed an Austrian airfield near Aisovizza for the first time. On August 9, 1918, eleven SVAs took off from San Pelagio airfield near Padua under the leadership of Gabriele D'Annunzio

BBC Sport, 11. August 2011, accessed on September 8, 2016 (English). Guardian, March 7, 2005, accessed April 16, 2015 (English). Tony Parkes took over the position as assistant coach again and retained this interim position until Graeme Souness was hired in March 2000. Shortly after the start of the 2000/01 season, arsenal kit 23/24 Jack Walker died and the club subsequently dedicated its promotion fight to the former major supporter. Initially, Ultrasurf was intended to allow Internet users in China to evade the Chinese government's censorship and surveillance and bypass its Golden Shield project. At the opening of the tenth Battle of the Isonzo on May 23, 1917, the high command led massive aviation forces into battle; two waves of 64 and 75 aircraft intervened in the fighting. Formations of up to 100 aircraft were sometimes used in attacks on Pola, Trieste and the Whitehead torpedo works in Fiume. By the end of 1916, with the help of the French ally and thanks to the expanded capacities, the Italian aircraft industry had delivered 1,255 aircraft and 2,300 engines. 28 Squadron Royal Flying Corps, from Istrana airfield near Treviso, attacked the Cervada airfield of the German Aviation Division 204 with Sopwith Camel, damaging four aircraft and destroying all tents. The next day around 8:30 a.m. several two-seater DFW CVs from German Aviation Divisions 2 and 219 struck back against the Istrana airfield, where the 6th and 10th Italian Fighter Groups (Gruppo Caccia) were located.

Among other things, the promenade deck was glazed to protect against the rough weather on the North Atlantic. In Libya, the 104ª and 106ª Squadriglia with Farmans and the 12ª Suqadriglia with Capronis were stationed to protect the coastal towns to which the Italian troops had withdrawn. A squadron of seaplanes was then stationed in Pozzuoli to protect Naples, and even large three-engine Caproni aircraft to protect Milan. With seven wins from eight games, they were the best home team in the league. After just three months of war, the Italian squadrons had dwindled to eight and the Blériot aircraft were no longer in use. Air units were deployed to Valona in Albania (8º Gruppo), Sakulevo in Macedonia (21º Gruppo) and to France (18º Gruppo with three squadrons of Caproni bombers). After the defeat at Caporetto (Karfreit), the subsequent defense on the Piave and the battles on Montello in June 1918, the number of front-line aircraft rose to 480. On October 14, 1918, a British bomber dropped a 750 kg bomb on the retreating Austro-Hungarian Empire -Troops.