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The New Mosquito issue number NM42: September 2020
- Edited by Ian Cochrane
- 28 printed pages (including covers)
- printed and distributed by Xpress Image Communications, Aberdeen
The Editor’s Exaspirator
- September 2020 Battlefield Tour
- Royal British Legion Field of Remembrance
- AGM and Wreath Laying
- Commemorations in Greece
Sustaining Artillery Operations in Mountainous Terrain During the Salonika Campaign of 1915-1918 – Logistic and Equipment Support Implications
By Syndicate Group 3 (Exercise Aegean Wolf 16) – Royal Logistics Corps
Coalition Operations: Challenges and Opportunities of Subordination to the French. How did Coalition Operations Affect Political Will to Act and the Availability of Combat Power to the Salonika Front?
By Captain Alex Howes, Royal Logistics Corps
Arthur Jack Hutt, Sapper 30963 – A Gloucestershire Lad in Salonika
By Andy Hutt
Sapper Hutt was in Salonika with 17th Field Company, Royal Engineers, from January 1916 to December 1918.
38218 James Thornley A/99 R.F.A. – A Soldier’s Life Part 3 – Let Battle Commence
By John Taylor
This takes the story of James Thornley – who served as a signaller with the RFA on the Doiran front – from later 1916 to spring 1917.
Salonika again, seconded to the Ministry of Munitions – September 1919
By Howard E Palmer (edited by Hilary A. Jones)
In his last article, he was surveying beyond Lake Doiran. After wrapping up 138 Siege Battery in May 1919 … [he] reflected that demand for gunners in peacetime would be limited – but supplies would always be needed. So he transferred regiment to the Army Ordnance Corps …
The latest news from Muffin, with a fascinating photo from the IWM collection showing machine gun mules of 7/Wiltshire (IWM Q 32127).