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The most thrilling exploit of the war: zeppelin bombed in mid-air on June 2 by the intrepid young Canadian airman, Flight Sub-Lieutenant Warneford, V.C, who later met his death by accident.

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AWNS-19150805-41-2

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Auckland Weekly News Auckland Weekly News
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Date
5 August 1915

Date Period
1910-1919

Subjects
Zeppelins, Aircraft, Air warfare, Aerial bombings, War damage, World War, 1914-1918, Warneford, Mr, Canadian airforce, Victoria Cross winnersZeppelinsAircraftAir warfareAerial bombingsWar damageWorld War, 1914-1918Warneford, MrCanadian airforceVictoria Cross winners
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Taken from the supplement to the Auckland Weekly News 5 August 1915 p041

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Showing Flight Sub-Lieutenant Warneford, V.C bombing a zeppelin in mid-air