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#4397854 - 01/02/18 12:12 AM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Happy new Year!
Banjoman, thank you for the stats and Lou, thank you for the gongs!

Intrepid Fliers News of the World for the past month - August:

August 1
The Vatican published a Peace Note from Pope Benedict XV suggesting an initiative on which a peace might be based.
August 2
General Lavr Kornilov succeeded General Brusilov as Russian Commander-in-Chief.
Artillery shelling continued at Ypres, but infantry advances were suspended due to torrential rain.
August 3
Austrian-German forces recaptured Czernowitz in Bukovina on the Eastern Front.
August 4
Liberia declared war on Germany.
August 5
Richard von Kuhlmann was appointed Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs in Germany.
August 6
The Battle of Marasesti began when German troops launched an attack against Russian and Romanian forces.
August 7
The British steamer SS Iran was sunk in the Azores by the German submarine U-155 whilst on a voyage from Calcutta to London.
August 9
Count Moric Esterhazy resigned as Premier of Austria.
August 10
The British Labour Party decided to send representatives to a consultative conference in Stockholm.
British forces attacked on the Gheluvelt Plateau but achieved only small gains in the offensive at Ypres.
August 11
Arthur Henderson resigned from the War Cabinet when his idea for an international conference on the war was voted down.
August 12
German Gotha bombers attacked Southend and Margate in a bombing raid which resulted in dozens of casualties.
August 14
The new Chinese President Feng Kuo-chang (Feng Guozhang) declared war on Germany and Austria-Hungary.
August 15
The Battle of Hill 70 began between the Canadian Corps and the German Sixth Army along the Western Front on the outskirts of Lens in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region of France.
August 17
The second Allied general attack in the Ypres Offensive, the Battle of Langemarck began. Both German and British forces were severely hampered by adverse weather conditions.
August 18
Italian forces battled against the Austro-Hungarians along the Isonzo River again in the Eleventh Battle of the Isonzo.
August 20
The Second Offensive Battle of Verdun took place on the banks of the River Meuse when British troops launched an assault on the Verdun battlefields.
August 21
Sandor Wekerle was appointed Prime Minister of Hungary for the third time in his career.
August 24
Italian forces occupied the summit of Monte Santo and continued their advance towards the Bainsizza Plateau during the Eleventh Battle of the Isonzo.
August 25
The Battle of Hill 70 came to an end. The localised battle had included extensive use of poison gas on both sides and ultimately the goals of the Canadian Corps were only partially accomplished.
August 26
British forces captured enemy positions east of Hargicourt. French forces launched an attack on the front at Verdun and captured Le Mort Homme.
August 27
The United States replied to the Papal Peace Note. President Wilson rejected a peace based on the Pope's proposals and implied that there was no chance of peace until the German people overthrew their government.
August 28
The Moscow State Conference closed after 3 days. It had been convened by the Provisional Government to mobilize all the counterrevolutionary forces in Russia.
August 29
The British steamer SS Treloske was sunk by the German submarine U-93 on voyage from Barry to La Spezia with a cargo of coal.
August 31
Louis Malvy resigned as French Minister of the Interior after he was blamed for not suppressing pacifist agitators.

(From The Great War - Unseen Archives by Robert Hamilton)


"Take the cylinder out of my kidneys,
The connecting rod out of my brain, my brain,
From out of my arse take the camshaft,
And assemble the engine again."
#4397855 - 01/02/18 12:13 AM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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News of the world for Warbirds Rising - December:

December 1
The last resistance in German East Africa ended when General von Lettow-Vorbeck withdrew his troops across the Rovuma River into Portuguese territory.
December 2
The suspension of hostilities between Russian and German Armies began prior to the truces arranged between official negotiators.
December 3
The first session of the "Truce Delegates" took place at the Brest-Litovsk headquarters between Russia and the Central Powers.
December 4
The British withdrew from their initial gains at Cambrai and the offensive ended.
December 6
The Finnish Parliament declared independence from Russia under acting Head of State Pehr Evind Svinhufvud.
December 7
President Woodrow Wilson signed a declaration of war against Austria-Hungary.
December 8
British troops launched a final advance against the Ottoman Empire and entered the city of Jerusalem.
December 9
The Ottoman Army retreated and Jerusalem was taken by British forces in Palestine. The fall of the city marked the climax of an offensive against the Turks which had begun in October with the capture of Beersheba.
December 10
Panama declared war on Austria-Hungary.
December 11
General Edmund Allenby formally entered the Old City of Jerusalem. It was the first time that Jerusalem was in Christian hands since the Crusades.
December 12
A convoy of British ships was attacked by four German battleships. The destroyer HMS Partridge was torpedoed and sunk.
December 14
General Maurice Sarrail was recalled from Salonika by French Prime Minister Georges Clemenceau.
December 15
An armistice between Russia and Central Powers was signed on the Eastern Front at Brest-Litovsk.
December 16
Sir Edmund Allenby was made GCMG (Knight Grand Cross of Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George).
December 17
The armistice agreed upon between the new Russian Government and the Central Powers came into effect.
December 18
The United States passed the Eighteenth Amendment, also known as the Temperance Amendment, prohibiting the manufacture, sale or
transportation of intoxicating liquors.
December 19
Two United States submarines, USS F-1 and USS F-3, collided while maneuvering in exercises off the coast of California. USS F-1 sank within ten seconds or the impact.
December 20
The first of a succession of Soviet state security organizations, the Cheka was established in Russia by the Council of People's Commissars after a decree issued by Vladimir Lenin.
December 21
The Battle of Jaffa was fought over two days between the forces of the British Empire and the Ottoman and German Empires during the Sinai and Palestine Campaign. The conflict ended with an emphatic victory for the British.
December 22
A secret pact regarding the future of Poland was agreed between Germany and the Russian Bolshevik Government at Brest-Litovsk.
December 23
The Independent Republic of Moldavia was proclaimed at Kishinev.
December 26
The Defense of Jerusalem was one of three battles which made up the "Jerusalem Operations" along with the Battle of Nebi Samwil and the
Battle of Jaffa. The engagement began when the Turkish Army launched a counter-attack against British infantry on the outskirts of the city.
December 27
Sir Rosslyn Wemyss was appointed First Sea Lord of Great Britain.
December 30
The final objectives were achieved at the climax of the Defense of Jerusalem when the whole front line was secured by British troops.
December 31
The British fleet messenger carrying troops and medical personnel, HMS Osmanleh was sunk after hitting a mine at the entrance to Alexandria Harbour.

(From The Great War - Unseen Archives by Robert Hamilton)


"Take the cylinder out of my kidneys,
The connecting rod out of my brain, my brain,
From out of my arse take the camshaft,
And assemble the engine again."
#4397946 - 01/02/18 05:02 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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4 Victory's.

Jan 2, 1918.


He would have been my 5 th Victory, but No one saw it and it was over the enemy lines. Our 8 a/c were over Monchy Escorting a Lone Recon RE 8 . The Sqn had just completed a turn when I spotted a lone e/a going for the Recon. Flipping over , I dove for the e/a who had turned chasing the RE 8. I was too late to help as the RE 8 flamed and headed down, But did get on the e/a tail. A full Lewis drum and about 50 some rds of Vickers his Top then Bottom wings came off. What I didnt see was the rest of my Flight had engaged 3 other Huns ( nailing 2 ) so No witness + Over enemy held Monchy no proof. = No Confirmed Victory.. We had only 1 a/c damaged + the RE 8 Lost.

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#4398036 - 01/03/18 02:42 AM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Lou, thank you so much for the New Year's visit from the Gong Fairy. These are always so welcome and so well done. Banjoman, once again, thank you for your dedication.

Here is the latest from Geoffrey Corderoy, who has finally made it to ten victories...

Diary of 2/Lieut. Geoffrey Corderoy, RFC
Part 25: 1-3 September 1917

1 Sep 1917 – Filescamp Farm


The Major has me leading an ad hoc flight he puts together from the keenest and least tired of us. This lets us put up two extra patrols each day.

We are up and in the air at 4 in the morning, which is to say 4 in the middle of the night. It was my first patrol in complete darkness in France, and is quite the thing to put the wind up, knowing there are six or seven other machines bobbing about the sky in close proximity. We are on a line patrol east of Bethune. A new man, Smith, is with us. I tell him to stay on my tail and not to try scrapping unless it’s to shoot a Hun off my back.

By our second circuit the sky is growing pale. We are at 13000 feet and I have been shaking uncontrollably, but now it stops. The cold is numbing my body beyond shaking. I take turns holding one hand between my thighs, then the other. But all discomfort is quickly forgotten when a large formation of Albatros DVs close with us. We are among them in an instant. What a jolly tangle it is! For several minutes Albatri and SEs swerve and zoom and dive, missing each other in heart-stopping flashes and taking unaimed cracks at one another. Then I see a Hun machine turning under me and fall on his tail. He is yellow with a red nose. My first two bursts hit him and must clearly do damage, for the machine trails grey smoke, or perhaps it is petrol. He loops under me again and I follow. A glance behind tells me that Smith is still with me. The Hun spirals closer and closer to the ground. Tracer is streaking past from machine guns below. One final burst sends the Hun down. Smith, however, takes a small piece of shrapnel to his derrière. He leaves me and heads to Hesdigneul, the nearest field. I am down to my last drum for the Lewis and probably my last hundred rounds for the Vickers, so head home.

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"My first two bursts hit him and must clearly do damage, for the machine trails grey smoke, or perhaps it is petrol."

The second ad hoc patrol is at noon, so no lunch for me. This time it’s a DOP to Douai, a favourite playground for Huns. We have a brief scrap with some Albatri. I nearly bag one, but Major Patrick gets on him first and sends him down. We escort two RE8s to photograph Hun roads and rail lines near Cambrai. When the two-seaters are finished we turn west. After seeing the RE8s safely across the lines I turn and lead us after three Albatros scouts I spot off to the north. We are low on fuel and have only a few minutes for the chase. One by one the other SEs break off and head home. I follow the trailing Hun nearly to Pronville before getting a crack at him from 200 yards. The Albatros shudders and begins to spin vertically down. I lose him in the ground haze, so claim him as merely driven down and hope he is seen to crash. Unfortunately, this one cannot be confirmed, but the good news is that Smith will recover in a week or two and has confirmed my Hun from this morning, so that makes ten victories in the official books.

General Higgins drops by for a quick dekko [1] at the place and – unexpectedly – to present me with my MC. He was put out that I hadn’t put up the ribbon yet, but I was not sure of the protocol. We follow dinner with a modest celebration in the Mess, with plenty of singing and some roughhousing. One interesting bit of news – we are to be re-equipped with a new model of SE with a more powerful, and we hope more reliable, engine.

3 Sep 1917

Heavy rain for the second day, so no war flying. We have begun to pack up for the impending move, which we hear will bring us closer to Ypres and the bitterest fighting. We hate to leave Filescamp, as it really is quite cozy here. Our souvenirs are coming down in the anteroom and there are plans to bring the bar and perhaps even the fireplace with us.

Letter from home this afternoon. Mother is asking again when I will get leave. My younger brother, Billy, is starting at Wellington and my older brother Reg is talking about joining the RFC. Mother is imploring me to write to him and dissuade him. If he does not join the RFC, I am afraid he’ll end up in the infantry, where he will endure danger and discomfort in equal measure. I wish I could speak to my father alone.

NOTES

[1] dekko = look, as in "to take a dekko at". From the Hindi "dekh", to look.

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#4398072 - 01/03/18 10:28 AM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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arggggg.... many a fight but too few claims to put in. Karl finally baught the bullet while trying toooo hard to get that next victory.
Oh well

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#4398092 - 01/03/18 12:36 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Oh no. Rotten luck Lederhosen!

#4398098 - 01/03/18 01:17 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Oh, Lederhosen. Sorry for you. New year, new pilot, I suppose.

#4398132 - 01/03/18 06:06 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Raine: Good story as always.


Leaderhosen:

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What bad luck. I know that I have done the same thing too much greed , Get that next kill, Then U have to bit the big bullet . What a Nasty Taste.

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Jeffery Vickers
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Lealvillers, Flanders.
France
4 Victory's.


Jan 3, 1918.

First Flight : It was a cover the airfields ( Get in ur flight time led by the Cpt ) flight. No Contact. just a kick back ride around with 11 a/c.

The second was short. I just got up when the motor sputtered and loss power ending up in a field. The mech's think that it was a clod in the line or the fuel too lean.

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#4398181 - 01/04/18 01:43 AM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Raine, great report and congrats on the 10th.
Lederhosen, ouch!
Carrick, time to sit back, relax and grab a cold one while they work on that engine.


"Take the cylinder out of my kidneys,
The connecting rod out of my brain, my brain,
From out of my arse take the camshaft,
And assemble the engine again."
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4 Victory s

Jan 4, 1918.


The Mech's said my Kite would be down for the week ( due to Rear echelon work needed ) so they gave me one from the Spares to fly. It was the Sqn Hack. I Went up for a little formation flying Test fly then off on a Bombardment of a Railyard near Vimy. The Cpt. led our 12 machines from 2000meters down to 500 meters in lazy circles over the target thru cannon fire to attack. I must say, it was a wonder no one got hit. Since I was so close to Douai Aerodrome, I just had to pop over to say hello.

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#4398418 - 01/05/18 04:48 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Jan 5, 1918.


The Cpt had the 12 of us Orbiting Loos when 2 e/a showed up off to the East. As tail end a/c I only got one firing pass in before my flight mates sent both 2 seat machines into death dives.

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#4398585 - 01/06/18 06:50 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Jan 6, 1918.


I Got Wnd today. I was part of a flight attacking 3 Hann's near Bapaume on the enemy side of the lines We knocked down the e/a flight of 3 then as we reformed the 6 of us were hit by 3 Vee Strut Scouts with Green Tails. I was hit in the for-arm the kite had 21 holes in it. ( down for 6 days) The flight loss 1 Destroyed + 3 Damaged. for 3 Hann's ( I swear one was mine ) ,but no witness as everyone was shooting at everybody and claiming everything + 1 Albatross damaged ( mine) As I was loaded into a ambulance Truck for the ride to the Hospital The C.O. tossed in my 1st Lt bars seemed I got promoted and wave bye.

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#4398645 - 01/07/18 01:48 AM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Great shots Carrick. Congrats on that downed Albatros even if not confirmed. Looks like you're finally getting some nice weather. Too bad you'll enjoy it in the hospital.

6 September, 1917 Harlebeke
Jasta 18

Aldi’s machine was darting between dark and thick clouds followed by the reminder of his flight. Kette Eins was here somewhere as well but it kept out of sight. They were circling above the balloon which they’ve been tasked to protect. It was difficult staying in formation, let alone looking out for any enemy threats. Aldi checked his watch, it was nearly time to return home when he thought he saw some movement at 2 o’clock. A few specs appeared momentarily and immediately disappeared in the thick clouds. Aldi adjusted the heading to investigate. He begun scanning the area intently, but the specks did not resurface. The Schwarm continued on course toward the last position of the contacts, but without any success. Aldi kept on pushing and cut across the cloud in which his query had disappeared. He expected to be confronted on the other side of the cloud, but when he punched through there was nothing. Schwarzkopf started to doubt there even was any contact made.
He made a fist with his right hand and opened it again. His arm started to feel uncomfortably numb. He was deemed fit for duty, but the arm wasn’t healing as well as he would have liked and was still sore, the pain increasing with each minute. He promised himself he’ll just take a look behind this next cloud bank and then bring his Kette back home. He came out of the cloud mist and was faced with a blood curdling sight. CAMELS! They were ready and waiting.

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Aldi begun to maneuver violently to avoid being rammed and shot at by the enemy. It appeared as if everyone in his Schwarm had picked up an enemy plane on their tail. Aldi’s opponent was easily keeping up with him in tight circles just above everyone else. Schwarzkopf was pulling the control column with both hands and craning his neck to keep the enemy in view.

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Suddenly another Camel jumped out in front of him. This one was following one of Aldi’s wingmen, not realizing two Spandaus were now aimed directly at him. Aldi let his machine guns sing for one second. The bullets hit the port wing causing the Camel to spin. Aldi didn’t follow. He was already up side down trying to shake off his pursuer, who managed to get behind him. The enemy fire was wide. Aldi was pulling another tight circle with the enemy in close pursuit and his arm was burning with pain. He wished he could just disengage and take a straight line to the nearest airfield, but he knew the enemy would be all over him, making it an easy kill. He had to endure. One more dive. He flew into a cloud and abruptly changed direction. His Albatros burst out of the cloud, but the Camel wasn’t anywhere to be found. He felt sweat trickling down his back. His head instinctively began to move around and his eyes begun to scan the surrounding sky. He noticed a number of individual scraps below and one of the Britishers trying to make his way across the lines. Aldi’s pain immediately forgotten was replaced by the thrill of the hunt. Gently, he set an intercept course and put his plane in a dive. There was nothing else to do but to ride his kite down, aim at the retreating enemy and wait for the plane to fill his sights. 300 meters, 200 meters, 100 ... “Los!” The barrage hit the Camel’s cockpit.

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Aldi pulled up just in time to see the Sopwith turn over and dive into the ground. Schwarzkopf circled the wreckage getting his bearings. It would be a short hop to the airfield near Rumbecke. He made the necessary course correction and steered his plane with his left hand letting his right hand rest limply on his lap. That’s when he noticed in the distance another British pilot just beneath his own flight altitude. Aldi reluctantly grabbed the steering column with both hands and gently set an intercept course. The Camel jockey hasn’t noticed him yet and continued back to his own base in a straight line. It didn’t take long for Schwarzkopf to catch up to him and get on his tail. It only took two bursts for the engine to catch fire. The pilot desperately tried to bring his stricken aeroplane down safely to the ground before the flames reached the cockpit.

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Aldi was too tired to follow and finish him off. There was no need. The Camel suddenly dropped its nose and crashed into the trees below with a burst of flames, smoke and dust setting adjacent trees on fire. Aldi looked around one more time to get his bearings and gingerly aimed at the nearby airfield where he landed posthaste. He sat in the cockpit of his parked Albatros for a good 10 minutes before attempting to climb out. The mechanics were fussing around thinking he’d been hit. All he needed was some rest.

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"Take the cylinder out of my kidneys,
The connecting rod out of my brain, my brain,
From out of my arse take the camshaft,
And assemble the engine again."
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Here's the latest status report.

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#4398788 - 01/08/18 01:59 AM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Banjoman: Thanks for ur work on the Status Report.

Full of it: That s the second e/a that I think ( I know I got) where even the pop up screen which lists the a/c and witness doesn't even Pop up Its like the game is telling me Don ' t even waste the Key stokes reporting it.

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Jeffery Vickers
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2nd floor. Row 2
Bed 11.
62nd Casualty Clearing Station
and Hospital.
Bussy-le-Chateau, France.

Jan 8, 1918.

Well, my old day Nurse seemed Happy to see me back. although my other nurse seemed to be busy

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#4398945 - 01/08/18 11:04 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Jan 9, 1918.


I say Governor, My night nurse is spot on. I might be here a while.

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Raine, Fullofit, and Carrick I just started catching up on you fine report and it's giving me the urge to get back up in the air again now that my latest modding is finished. Keep the reports coming folks because I enjoy the read and the dekker at the pics biggrin


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#4399176 - 01/10/18 12:03 AM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Robert, looking forward to you getting back into the swing of things. Your reports have been greatly missed from this thread.


"Take the cylinder out of my kidneys,
The connecting rod out of my brain, my brain,
From out of my arse take the camshaft,
And assemble the engine again."
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