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Bucker Bu.131 Jungmann variants by L.F Sarjeant L.F

By L.F Sarjeant L.F

;Bucker Bu.131 Jungmann versions [Aircraft Profile 222] КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: Bucker Bu.131 Jungmann versions Автор: L.F Sarjeant L.F Серия: airplane Profile 222 Издательство: Profile guides Ltd Год издания: 1971 Страниц:25 Формат: PDF в rarЯзык: английский Размер: 16.90 Мб Для сайта: Мир книгBucker Bu.131 Jungmann был первым самолетом, выпущенным компанией Bucker Flugzeugbau. Этот двухместный учебно-тренировочный самолет хорошо показал себя, и производилась как для Люфтваффе, так и для гражданского примененияifolder.ru.com zero

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17 As a convert to Catholicism, James was anxious to establish religious equality for his fellow Catholics and to place them in key posts in the English government and army. He thus far had had limited success. Until 1688 he posed only a minor threat to Protestantism in England, particularly since his immediate heirs, his daughters Mary (married to William of Orange) and Anne (married to the amiable but lackluster Prince George of Denmark) both were Protestant. In 1688, however, James’s second wife gave birth to a male heir, James prepared for the autumn election of a new Parliament, and the army began accepting Catholics, particularly from Ireland.

This made for tension when ships from the Mediterranean had to serve alongside ships from the Atlantic. The gulf between officers and men was somewhat wider in the French navy because officers did not help to raise their own crews and usually spoke only French, while crews spoke Breton or Provencal. Moreover, promotions to the highest ranks in the French navy were reserved for members of the nobility, at least after 1715, whereas many British admirals came from a middle-class or even working-class background.

Another board was responsible for the care of the sick and wounded sailors. The system of multiple boards provided continuity and experience and proved quite flexible, although its cumbersome structure could create problems when fleets had to be outfitted quickly. In particular, the Ordnance Board, which provided cannon to both the army and navy, often posed a problem. The French and English systems both involved a mixture of public and private enterprise. Both navies, for example, sometimes purchased warships from private dockyards, although the practice was much more common in England.

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