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Air Enthusiast #74, 75 and 76.
Young Turks, Ottoman Turkish Fighters 1915-1918. Dr David Nicolle.

Cross and Cockade (US), Vol 11 #2 > 4, 1970
The Ottoman Air Force in the Great War. Maj Eric Sarno, trans Dr Brian Flanagan.

Over The Front, Vol 11 #2 1996
Over The Wine Dark Sea, Part 3: Turco-German Aviation. Richard T Whistler.

Over The Front, Vol 13 #1 1998
Wings Over Sinai and Palestine: The Adventures of Flieger Abteilung 300 'Pascha'. Dieter Gröschel and Jürgen Ladek.

Over The Front, Vol 26 #2 2011
Rudolf Holzhausen - WW1 Observer, Diplomat and Historian. (An observer with FA300). Dieter Gröschel and Dov Gavish.

Have I missed any???
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Talikna seaplane base, north end of Mudros Bay, Lemnos, 24th September, 1918.
10 machines destroyed, among them, Fairey Hamble Baby N1201, and Short Type 184 N1269. I have the serials of the other machines. Would these have been intended for 266 Squadron, seeing as this Sqn formed only three days later?

Peter, It looks like you should keep digging and write up Aegean Operations for us
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What's that phrase? Something to do with rods and backs!
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I look on it as a volunteer is always better than a pressed man
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