Donington Hall had at once alarmed the whole country, especially the railway stations and aerodromes.
The remaining bombs were dropped on German aerodromes in the neighborhood of Ghent and Tournai, and on billets.
Below him he sees the aerodromes of the surrounding squadrons lighted up for landing purposes.
Chinamen evidently worked beside these aerodromes, for you see their scrawls on the sheds and shelters.
Visiting four aerodromes, three of them at the brink of the sea, you have flown a total distance of just over 200 miles.
Some seemed almost motionless two or three miles above the earth, while others shot up from their aerodromes.
While it was considerably stronger it was still too weak for use on the aerodromes.
To-day the sky is like a pale egg-shell, and aeroplanes from the two aerodromes are droning round the hill.
Hadn't she talked to them in the aerodromes of her own country—which was also the birthplace of that very marvel, flying?
The wood is reported to be a favourite bivouac ground, and it is surrounded by Boche aerodromes.