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Britain's defense force this day four: Royal Air strength Germany КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: Britain's militia this present day four: Royal Air strength GermanyАвтор: Paul A. JacksonИздательство: Ian Allan LtdISBN: 0711015791Год: 1986Страниц: 52Формат: PDF в RARРазмер: 73.17МБЯзык: английскийRAF Germany: historical past and background, functionality, enterprise, weaponry, operations.Скачать: DepositfilesUploading zero
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Hearing k f o r e the Subcommittee o n Asian and Pacific Affairs of the Committee of Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, 96th Congress. 12 December 1979. us Government Printing Office, Washington 1980. Hereafter cited as Heuring. 2) Reports on the Use of' Chemical Weapons in A~hunisran,Laos and Kumpuchea, August 1980. A compilation put together by the us Government, hereafter cited as Compendium. 3) Update to the Compendium on che Reports o f f h e Use ofChemical Weapons, March 1981. Also produced by the us Government and hereafter cited as Update.