By November 1918 over a million women have been formally added to the British workforce since the outbreak of war.
Irish Republicans mount an unsuccessful rising in Dublin against British rule in Ireland.
The Military Service Act comes into force in the United Kingdom. Men from 18 to 41 years old are liable to be called up for Army service.
The first Zeppelin (airship) raid on Britain sees King’s Lynn and Great Yarmouth bombed by the Germans.
The German navy shells the English coastal towns of Scarborough, Whitby and Hartlepool.