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Plane of the Luftwaffe Fighter Aces Vol. I: A Chronicle in photos КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: plane of the Luftwaffe Fighter Aces Vol. I: A Chronicle in PhotographsАвтор: Bernd BarbasИздательство: Schiffer PublishingISBN: 088740751XГод: 1995Страниц: 262Формат: PDF в RARРазмер: 31.99МБЯзык: английскийOne of the best photo-chronicles of Luftwaffe fighter aces and their plane that has but been released. Over six hundred illustrations and photographs. quantity I covers: JG 1 Oesau, JG 2 Richthofen, JG three Udet, JG four, JG five Eismeer, JG 6 Horst Wessel, JG 7 Nowotny, JG eleven, JG 26 Schlageter, JG 27, JV forty four, JG fifty one Mlders, and JG 52.Скачать: DepositfilesHotfile eighty five
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Curr explained his anxiety by identifying his youth and inexperience, the fact that he was ‘indifferently armed’, that he had ‘never seen the Blacks, except in Melbourne’ and that he was ‘totally ignorant of their ways’. Consequently, his first day of solitude at Wolfscrag ‘weighed a good deal on [his] spirits’ and heightened his senses in response to unexplained sounds from the bush: The wind, the noise of a falling bough, the cawing of a crow, or the whistle of a hawk – which yesterday failed to attract attention – made me now look carefully around … If a flight of cockatoos passed screaming over the valley, I used to wonder whether they had been disturbed by anyone; and if so, by whom – by a White man or Black?
Curr finally recovered his bullocks at the Wyuna cattle station, which, at the time, was the farthest down the Goulburn River that European pastoralists had extended their range of occupation. Apart from retrieving cattle, the journey was useful to Curr for two additional reasons: first, he met an able (but unemployed) man on the road and hired him as his new overseer; secondly, and more importantly, a station hand showed him the plains west of Wyuna, where ‘excellent unoccupied country’ adjoined the Goulburn River near its junction with the Murray River.
The summer of 1833 was to be the last time Edward M. Curr saw his parents for over five years. A Year in France In August 1837 Edward, William and Richard Curr departed Stonyhurst and enrolled at St Edmunds College, Douai, in the north of France. 1844. 66 Personal Communication, Mr David Knight, 6 November 2001. 67 Henderson 1986: 62. 1844. 69 Curr, ‘Memoranda Concerning Our Family’ (1877), SLV, MS 8998. 1844 were 40 guineas for boys under 12 and 50 for those over 12. 71 Curr, ‘Memoranda Concerning Our Family’ (1877), SLV, MS 8998.