Looking Back

 


100 YEARS AGO

June 7, 1917

NO FEARS OF ZEPPELIN ATTACKS

Although it would be a daring aviator who would attempt to cross the Atlantic for a night air attack on Washington, if some intrepid German Zeppelin commander should attempt the feat he will not find the capital unprepared.

Apparently American army and navy officials have little fear of a German air attack on American coast cities. They are confident of their ability to give any would-be invaders such a warm reception that an attempted attack would not be repeated.

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