A hundred years ago today, German zeppelins bombed Paris, Warsaw, and other cities. The map above, from the September 28, 1914 issue of the New York Sun, shows the locations of the Paris bombs, near the Eiffel Tower. In Paris, three were killed by bombs, one of which landed at a spot the American ambassador had passed only minutes earlier.
In Calais, bombs were dropped but failed to explode. And the Poles managed to shoot down the zeppelin bombing Warsaw, taking the crew prisoners.