Ground radar systems of the German Luftwaffe to 1945 by Werner Muller, This book gives descriptions and a

By Werner Muller, This book gives descriptions and a photographic account of the ground radar systems of the Luftwaffe used during WWII.

Книга floor Radar structures of the Luftwaffe 1939-1945 flooring Radar platforms of the Luftwaffe 1939-1945 Книги Вооружение Автор: Werner Muller Год издания: 1998 Формат: pdf Издат.:Schiffer Publishing Страниц: fifty two Размер: 23.28 ISBN: 0764305670 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:This booklet supplies descriptions and a photographic account of the floor radar platforms of the Luftwaffe used in the course of WWII. the main target is on apparatus operated by means of the Flak for air defence, on fighter path and air keep an eye on platforms and on apparatus used for safeguarding civilian centres. With many pictures from the author's personal assortment.

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A few escaped this continental Deluge ­ Atlas escaped, says the old story, to support Heaven and Earth, in order that the Universe might not sink also.  Let the old mistake stand, if mistake it was ­ and mistake it was surely.  Plate 16 below, is Kircher's accompanying illustration of "Ocean mountains," whose highest peaks may be island remnants of sunken continents, a little ground plan of the ocean floor.  Peter's during the Thirty Years' War, and guessing simply, not only at the form and extent of the then discovered but by no means explored Americas, and not only at the form and extent of the still unknown Arctic and Antarctic "continents," but also at the conformation and extent of the "ocean­mountains," and of the sunken antediluvian continents.

39 Hebrews, Chinese, and to the Indo­Aryans of the Rig­Veda period.  This belief is one of untraceable antiquity.  Above the seventh heaven was another, the "highest heaven," that of the fixed stars, called by the Babylonians the "heaven of Anu," after the name of one of their oldest and highest gods.  At the upper pole Anu had his palace and throne.  In Babylonian thought, the north pole of the heavens was the true zenith of the cosmic system, and the axis of the system upright; consequently the diurnal movements of the sun and moon were regarded as occurring in a horizontal plane.

But there is always the stable myth of Ceres and Proserpina to fall back on. " 46 Plate 11 ­ OMNIA PER IPSUM FACTA SUNT Matter in motion, figure, rest: adde Grade. This is the very somme of All God made: Att first of nought by's power in six dayes space. Now nature acts it's part; here after Grace.  Darwin lifted tradition to the dignity of an hypothetical guess, and suggested, as a part of his theory of Tidal Evolutions, that the Moon was formerly a part of the Earth; that it was originally much nearer the Earth than it is at present, and is now slowly receding from it; that at the time of the separation of the Earth into Earth and Moon, the planet was hardly larger than it is to­ day; that it was hot, solid, ellipsoidical, with an interior more or less liquid, revolving on its axis once every four or five hours, its density increasing and its volume diminishing as it cooled; that, as its volume lessened, its speed of rotation increased, until by centrifugal force, the Moon was born, carrying with it, in its flight into Space, three­quarters of the Earth's crust.

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