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Spanish Civil War Aces

Good evening and happy new year Gentlemen,

I've worked through Alfredo Logoluso's highly recommendable "Fiat CR.32 Aces of the Spanish Civil War"
https://www.amazon.de/Spanish-Aircra.../dp/B01F9G0F5Y
and wonder if it's possible to identify all aces with 15 or more Spanish Civil War kills. However, it's particularly difficult to find the decimals of the shared kills (s. below).

Cheers,

Michael

ACES WITH AT LEAST 15 SPANISH CIVIL WAR KILLS
(shared kills counted as decimals)
1. García-Morato y Castaño, Joaquín 40+2* CR.32 source: Logoluso
2. Salvador Díaz Benjumea, Julio 26+2** CR.32 source: Logoluso
3. Zakharev, Zakharij 22 Potez 542? source: Safarik
4. Vázquez Sagastizábal, Manuel 21+7 CR.32 source: Logoluso
5. Morquillas Rubio, Leopoldo 21 I-15? source: Safarik
6. Osipenko, Alexander 17+34 I-15 source: GMichalski
7. García López Rengel, Arístides 17 CR.32? source: Logoluso
8. Salas Larrazábal, Ángel 15+5 CR.32 source: Logoluso
9. Montegnacco, Bruno 15 CR.32 source: Logoluso
10. Lakeev, Ivan 12+20 I-16 source: Safarik
11. Presel, Guido 12+10 CR.32 source: Logoluso
12. Mantelli, Adriano 10+12 CR.32 source: Logoluso
13. Nobili, Guido 9+12 CR.32? source: Logoluso
14. Majone, Guiseppe 7+24 CR.32? source: Logoluso
15. Gritsevets, Sergey 6+24 I-16 source: Safarik

excluded:
• Arias Arias, Antonio 9+6 source: Safarik, wio.ru (wikipedia: 15)
• Bobrov, Vladimir 4+13 source: soviet-aces-1936-53.ru (wio.ru: 13+4)
• Bonzano, Mario 1+14 source: Logoluso (Safarik: 15)
• Bravo Fernandez, José Maria 12*** source: GMichalski (wikipedia: 23)
• Denisov Sergey 3+2 source: Maslov (wio.ru: 13+6)
• Fedorov, Ivan 2 source: soviet-aces-1936-53.ru (wikipedia: 23)
• Rychagov, Pavel 8 source: soviet-aces-1936-53.ru (wikipedia: 20)
• Serov, Anatoliy 8 source: soviet-aces-1936-53.ru (wikipedia: 16)
• Shestakov, Lev 2+1 source: soviet-aces-1936-53.ru (wikipedia: 39)
• Yeremenko, Ivan 7+5 source: soviet-aces-1936-53.ru (Safarik: 14+2)
• Zarauza Clavero, Manuel 5+18 source: Permuy (wikipedia: 23)

*plus 2 shared moored airships
**plus 1 shared balloon and 1 shared airship, plus 2 kills in WW2
***plus 11 probables
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