By Francis K. Mason
;De Havilland Vampire Mk. five & 9[Aircraft Profile 048] КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: North American FJ Fury Автор: Francis ok. Mason Серия: airplane Profile 048 Издательство: Profile courses Ltd Страниц:12 Формат: PDF в rarЯзык: английский Размер: 10.76 Мб Для сайта: Мир книгVampire F.Мк 1 (D.H.100) был задуман в 1941 на основе турбореактивного двигателя с центробежным потоком. Фюзеляж для него разрабатывался на основе D.H. ninety eight Москито. Хотя первая партия самолетов была выпущена еще в начале 1945 года, самолет не успел принять участие в боевых действиях, так как был принят на вооружение Королевскими ВВС лишь в 1946 г. Следующим вариантом стал истребитель-бомбардировщик Vampire FB.MK five, предназначавшийся для нанесения ударов по наземным целямifolder.ru.com zero
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Frankfurt am Main: Schu lenberg. RICKEN, ULRICH (1988). Sprachtheorie und Weltanschauung in der europäischen Aufklärung. Berlin: Akademie-Verlag. To the reader Owing to the untimely death of the translator, Professor Paul Salmon, the editorial tasks were completed by Andrew Barker and Vivian Salmon, who ensured that all alterations made by the translator in the penultimate text were incorporated in the final version. The indices were composed by me; regretta bly, I had to complete them without the expertise of the translator, with whom it was a pleasure to co-operate.
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