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Night bombardment ship, Wibault, French 342 Equipment, French 377 Flying lights, Croydon Airdrome, British 887 Italian 520 "Nighthawk" airplanes, Nieuport, British 722 Night lighting of Colonial airplanes, French 410 Night pursuit airplanes, Italian 519 - 532[[?]] Nomenclature for drawings, Wibault system, French 420 Non-dimensional characteristics of airships, German 593 - 631 Non-rustable steel, British 824 "Nordstern", ex-German Zeppelin 630 Note, author's, on the Technical Report 896 Note, explanatory, to programme for French airplanes 328 Numbering of drawings, method of, French 419 Number of motors in dirigibles, German 594 - 598 Numbers, constructional, for dirigibles, German 594 - 598 Oberursl* rotary engine, Dutch 668 Observation airplanes 902 British 715 Farman, French 474 Fokker, Dutch 670 Recommended purchased 909 French 329 - 382 - 391 - 451 - 490 Armament for 392 Characteristics of 393 Equipment for 393 Fuel For 392 General requirements for 391 Italian 507 Potez, French 459 Spad, French 431 - 486 Balloons, Italian 509 Observer, control for, French 335 Location of, French 335 Observer's seat, folding, French 393 Obsolete aeronautical material, German 505 Obstruction lights, Croydon Airdrome, British 889 Odier starters, French 318
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