By Jay Miller
;Aerofax Minigraph 1: Lockheed SR-71 (A-12/YF-12/D-21) КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: Aerofax Minigraph 1: Lockheed SR-71 (A-12/YF-12/D-21)Автор: Jay MillerИздательство: Midland Counties PublicationsISBN: 0942548256Год: 1983Страниц: 20Формат: PDF в RARРазмер: 15.49МБЯзык: английскийThe Lockheed SR-71 is a sophisticated, long-range, Mach three strategic reconnaissance airplane constructed from the Lockheed A-12 and YF-12A airplane by way of the Lockheed Skunk Works as a Black undertaking. The SR-71 used to be unofficially named the Blackbird. A shielding characteristic of the plane was once its excessive velocity and working altitude, wherein, if a surface-to-air missile release have been detected, normal evasive motion was once just to speed up. The SR-71 line used to be in provider from 1964 to 1998, with 12 of the 32 airplane being destroyed in injuries, although none have been misplaced to enemy action.This publication were created for the intense fanatic and modeler and are designed to supply textual and pictorial aspect now not often present in different on hand mini-monograph books of this type.Скачать: DepositfilesUploading Hotfile fifty one
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10 May: At a NSDAP meeting in Augsburg, Hitler speaks on ‘Versailles – Germany’s Destruction’. The Fehrenbach government resigns office. 12 May: Hitler welcomes the fall of the Fehrenbach government in Völkischer Beobachter. 14 May: Hitler expresses his fury in Völkischer Beobachter at the unconditional acceptance of the Allied ultimatum on reparations (5 May) by the German government. On the same day the Bavarian premier, Gustav von Kahr, receives a NSDAP delegation that includes Hitler. 15 May: Völkischer Beobachter publishes two articles by Hitler in which he vilifies the Jews and Social Democrats for accepting the Allied ultimatum and the loss of 28 Life and Time 1921 Upper Silesia.
He is highly contemptuous of other nationalist movements, whose anti-Semitism he finds is not radical enough and whose political tactics are too bourgeois. He also fears that a merger between the NSDAP and other movements could weaken his unique position and result in a move of headquarters away from 29 1921 Hitler Munich. Hitler’s main attack is directed against Dr Otto Dickel, the DSP speaker from Augsburg, and his recent book (Die Auferstehung des Abendlandes), whose anti-Semitism he finds to be at best lukewarm.
5 May: Völkischer Beobachter publishes three articles by Hitler. The first is an attack on Walter Simons, the Reich Foreign Minister, for his acceptance of the Allied ultimatum on the payments of German reparations; the second Hitler’s calumnious report on Labour Day; and the third, entitled ‘The Most Grandiose Achievement’, a mocking celebration of the decision to hand over all German weapons to the Entente. 6 May: Hitler speaks at a NSDAP meeting in the Hofbräuhaus on ‘German Worker and German Youth’.