LFG Roland C.II КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ LFG Roland C.II(Windsock Datafile 49)By Peter M. GroszPublisher: Albatros Productions Ltd199540 PagesISBN: 0948414669PDF19 MBThe LFG Roland C.1I Walfisch (Whale) made its frontline debut in March-April 1916 and used to be really prior to its time. compared to all different two-seat varieties of its day, on each side of the traces, it stands aside in aerodynamic and structural layout, sufficiently complicated in reality to spawn a single-seat fighter (see WINDSOCK DATAFILENo.47, Roland D.II, via a similar author). however, operationally conversing, the C.II used to be quickly stumbled on in need of and numerous problems in flying the laptop and extra fairly touchdown it, are defined within the following narrative. For all that the Roland C.II continues to be a modellers' favorite and to meet many requests we're happy to oblige with this unrivalled number of images and drawings.BitroadDepositfiles eighty five
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Indeed, in a few cases the planners, now dissatisfied with the already old-fashioned single cells, converted them to the more complex forms by cutting the new pillared fronts out of their front walls. This transformation is usually revealed by the fact that the new pillars are thinner than expected, since early front cell walls (as opposed to late ones) were relatively thin. It was in this busy year, 466, that a revolution occurred at the site; for it was in this year that the startling concept of adding shrines to the viharas—of in fact converting the viharas into shrines—had its dramatic impact on the site.
It is clear from the manner in which the rock has been reamed out in the grosser excavation work—where masses of rock were cut away as major areas were opened up—that two men were involved in such cutting, just as is sometimes done today. One worker would hold a very large pointed chisel and the other would rhythmically bring a sledge down upon it; the downward point by point path of the chisel in great arcing swathes is easily seen in areas that happen to have been left unfinished. Far less hazardous for the hands was the work done with chisels held by a single person.
5 ribs, as do the relevant porch pillars of Cave 23. 5 In the latest caves, such as Cave 24 (see plan), cells would be started as soon as the excavators had opened up the aisle space. 463/464/465 early developments and decisions 19 cells—which were not developed until 468—near the front of the caves. That is, they were added to the developing cave in that year, well after the forward portions of the caves had already been roughed out; indeed even the rear parts of the cave would have been underway at the time that these cells were added.