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;Fairey Barracuda Mk.II [Fly version a hundred] КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: Fairey Barracuda Mk.II [Fly version 100]Автор: Tadeusz GrlzelczakИздательство:Fly version Год: 1995Формат: pdfРазмер:17.91 MBФэйри Барракуда (англ. Fairey Barracuda) — британский палубный торпедоносец и пикирующий бомбардировщик времён Второй мировой войны; первый английский цельнометаллический самолёт этого типа. Принят на вооружение Авиацией Королевских ВМС для замены бипланов Фэйри Суордфиш и Фэйри Альбакор. Сыграл большую роль при атаках немецкого линкора «Тирпиц» zero
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9 Others quickly embellished the requirement that the country take a stand on Greece and Turkey. Will Clayton, undersecretary of state for economic affairs, repeated the warning: “If Greece and then Turkey succumbs, the whole Middle East will be lost. France may then capitulate to the Communists. ”10 Senator Arthur Vandenberg of Michigan accepted the administrations prescription uncritically. He warned in a letter dated March 12: “Greece must be helped or Greece sinks permanently into the Communist order.
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