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Cit. 21 Bailey & Cony, The French Air provider warfare Chronology 1914-1918, p. 311. 22 Kogenluft, op. cit. , p. 512. 23 2/Lt Samuel John Hill fell in Sopwith 1F. 1 Camel F. 1596 of sixty five Squadron, RAF; he was once buried in Harlebeke, Belgium [Ref: Hobson, op. cit. , p. 151]. 24 RAF, sixty five Squadron list booklet, four October 1918. 25 Ibid. 26 RAF, Communiqué, op. cit. , p. three. 27 Kogenluft, op. cit. 28 2/Lt V. G. H. Phillips and 2/Lt A. F. Taylor went down in D. H. nine E. 8872 of 211 Squadron, RAF. 29 Jones, op. cit. , p. 532. 30 RAF, sixty five Squadron checklist ebook, 7 October 1918. 31 RAF, Communiqué No. 28, sixteen October 1918, p. 1. 32 Kofl four. Armee, Wochenbericht Nr. 2642 dated 10 October 1918, p. 6. 33 RAF, strive against Casualty checklist, 7 October 1918; 2/Lt Leslie Seymour Ross Jones, nineteen, went down in Sopwith 1F. 1 Camel H. 7001 of sixty five Squadron, RAF, and used to be buried at Blankenberghe, Belgium [Ref: Hobson, op. cit. , p. 157]. 34 Kogenluft, op. cit. 35 O’Connor, Aviation Awards of Imperial Germany and the boys Who Earned Them, Vol. II, p. 132. 36 Königliche Sächsische Jagdstaffel forty, Bericht Nr. 12781F, 7 October 1918 [Ref: Rostenstein, op. cit. , p. 6]. 37 2/Lt R. W. Hopper went down in Sopwith 1F. 1 Camel D. 3382 of 210 Squadron, RAF; it appears he was once unhurt and used to be taken prisoner [Ref: Henshaw, op. cit. , p. 437]. 38 Kogenluft, op. cit. , p. 513. 39 RAF, five staff, Dover Patrol Fortnightly Summaries, 1-15 October 1918, p. 6. forty Armee-Oberkommando four, Armeebefehl 287/Okt. , eight October 1918. forty-one Kogenluft, Nachrichtenblatt No. 35, 24 October 1918, p. 550. forty two O’Connor, op. cit. , p. 220. bankruptcy eleven 1 Franks, Bailey & Duiven, The Jasta Pilots, pp. 21, sixty two. 2 Bodenschatz, Jagd in Flanderns Himmel, pp. 41-42. three Auer letter to the writer dated 19 April 1971. four Royal Air strength, Communiqué No. 28, sixteen October 1918, p. 2. five RAF, ibid. 6 Jones, The struggle within the Air, Vol. VI, p. 539. 7 Grand Quartier Général, Résumés des Opérations Aériennes, No. 25. 317, 19 October 1918. eight Ibid. , p. 1, Lt Henri Changine and Cpl Paul Trepp [Ref: Bailey & Cony, The French Air provider struggle Chronology 1914-1918, p. 318]. nine Auer, op. cit. 10 RAF, strive against Casualty checklist, 23 October 1918. eleven Capt Charles Graham Haynes, MC and 2/Lt G. Brown went down in Airco D. H. nine C. 6314 of 108 Squadron, RAF [Ref: Hobson, Airmen Died within the nice conflict 1914-1918, pp. 149, 122]. 12 Bailey & Cony, op. cit. , p. 321. thirteen RAF, strive against Casualty checklist, 26 October 1918; 2/Lt A. E. Moir, MM, age twenty-five, in Sopwith 1F. 1 Camel H. 7005 of sixty five Squadron, RAF [Ref: Hobson, op. cit. , p. 170]. 14 forty-one Squadron, RAF, strive against document No. 269 by means of Capt Stephens, 28 October 1918. 15 seashores, Franks & visitor, Above the Trenches, p. 345. sixteen forty-one Squadron, RAF, wrestle record No. 270 by means of Capt Soden, 28 October 1918. 17 Auer, Personal-Bogen, 1919, p. four. 18 Asprey, R. The German excessive Command at warfare, p. 484. 19 Ibid. , pp. 485-486. 20 32 Squadron, RAF, wrestle document through Capt Veitch, 30 October 1918. 21 Jones, op. cit. , p. 544. 22 RAF, strive against Casualty checklist, 30 October 1918; 23 2/Lt W. Amory in S. E. 5a D. 3440, wounded and brought prisoner [Ref: Henshaw, The Sky Their Battlefield, p. 448]. 24 Lt J. G. Carey and 2/Lt D.