List of members of the Special Organization of the Ottoman Empire according to an interview with its purported former leader Eşref Kuşçubaşı by U.S. INR officer Philip H. Stoddard allegedly had the following notable members:[1]

Agent Activity
Enver Pasha
Süleyman Askerî Bey
Kuşçubaşızâde Eşref Bey
Hussein Rauf Bey (Orbay)
Edhem Bey
Abdulaziz es Senussi[citation needed]
Dr. Esad Bey (Işık)
Husam al-Din Bey (Ertürk)
Mehmed Akif Bey (Ersoy)
Cezayirli Emir Ali
Kel Ali Bey (Çetinkaya)
Ali Fethi Bey (Okyar)
Aziz Ali Bey (al-Misri)
Nuri Bey (Killigil)
Ahmed Fuad Bey (Bulca)
Lieutenant Islam Bey
Mustafa Kemal Bey (Atatürk) Organized militias in the Italo-Turkish War
Mehmed Nuri Bey (Conker)
Dr. Refik Bey (Saydam)
Rashid Bey
Yakub Djemil Bey
Dr. Behaeddin Shakir
Midhat Shukri Bey (Bleda)
Eyub Sabri Bey (Akgöl)
Fuad Bey (Balkan)
Lieutenant Hilmi Musallimi Commander of the Kurdish forces during the 1915 Suez Canal Operation; Said Halim Paşa's secretary
Ismail Canbulat
Infantry officer Rasuhi Bey Mustafa Kemal's adjutant during early republican era
Filibeli Ahmed Hilmi Bey
Sharif Bourguiba
Ibn al-Rashid

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  1. Parker, Richard Bordeaux (2001). The October War: A Retrospective. University Press of Florida. p. 126. ISBN 0-8130-1853-6. http://books.google.com/books?id=U2Fg42KYia4C&pg=PA126&lpg=PA126&dq=Philip+Stoddard+Bureau+of+Intelligence+and+Research&source=web&ots=NQghXiSLoE&sig=XWNh0DiMnLy04K6MYyspAF68P_U&hl=en&sa=X&oi=book_result&resnum=1&ct=result. Retrieved 2008-12-21. "I'm Phil Stoddard, who, at the time, was the deputy director of INR's Near East-South Asia Office." 
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