By Hugh Cowin
;Allied Aviation of global battle I: A Pictorial historical past of Allied Aviators and plane of the nice conflict КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Osprey Publishing LtdСерия: Aviation Pioneers5Автор: Hugh W. CowinЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2000Количество страниц: 98ISBN: 1841762261Формат: pdfРазмер: 13,1 mbIn this better half quantity to 'German and Austrian Aviation of worldwide battle 1', Hugh Cowin finds a few genuine gemstones from his photographic assortment, and even as he information each airplane sort that observed motion in WWI. As a reference identify it truly is moment to none; as a notable tale of braveness and technical innovation it makes a riveting narrative. British fighter ace Captain Albert Ball and the US's pilot/designer probability M. Vought stand along lesser-known yet both attention-grabbing characters corresponding to the Russian military aviator significant Alexander de Seversky. by way of turns anecdotal and authoritative, Cowin offers a very accomplished account of the Allied aviation of worldwide conflict 1.RAPIDили IFOLDER zero
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Even now I can only think of the beginning of the action as through a dim haze. I remember seeing the enemy line on the horizon with red specks coming out of them, which I tried to realise were the cause of projectiles landing around us, continually covering us with spray, but the fact refused to sink into my brain. We were all the time rather excited and our enthusiasm knew no bounds when we passed a sunken ship with survivors swimming around her. We never dreamt that it was one of our own battlecruisers; but it was the Indefatigable, and over a thousand dead men lay in her wreck.
The lessons of the Battle of Tsushima served to reinforce this new philosophy. In May 1905, the same month as Tsushima, the British First Sea Lord, Vice-Admiral Sir John ‘Jacky’ Fisher, put Britain in the forefront of a battleship revolution when he authorized construction of the first of an entirely new class of capital ships, the first ‘all big-gun’ battleship, HMS Dreadnought. Fisher was no expert in the fields of warship design or naval gunnery, but he was determined that the Royal Navy would be modernized and prepared to meet the growing challenge posed by the German fleet.
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