By Colin Dobinson
;AA Command: Britain's Anti-aircraft Defences of the second one international battle КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Methuen Publishing LtdСерия: Monuments of WarАвтор: Colin DobinsonЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2001Количество страниц: 590ISBN: 0-413-76540-7Формат: pdfРазмер: 74,2 mbDrawing upon unique records and first-hand debts, this article tells the tale of Britain's anti-aircraft defences at the domestic entrance in the course of global struggle II: within the conflict of england, the Blitz, and the Luftwaffe's merciless campaigns opposed to cathedral towns and coastal motels. Commissioned to help English Heritage's tasks to maintain England's wartime continues to be, this booklet is usually a learn of the typical locations the place the conflict used to be fought. hundreds of thousands of gun batteries have been outfitted in the course of the struggle and by way of exploring their layout and patterning, the publication deals a brand new standpoint of Britain's defence geography and rediscovers the websites which have been domestic to thousands of fellows and, controversially, girls. because the moment quantity within the sequence "Monuments of struggle" it makes a robust case for chosen examples to be preserved as historic monuments. RAPIDили IFOLDER zero
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1936 January–July: A sharp increase in separatist activities of the SdP occurred, openly supported by Nazi Germany. August: SdP leader Konrad Henlein was received by Hitler in Berlin. September: xxx • CHRONOLOGY Czechoslovakia failed in its efforts to turn the Little Entente into a full-fledged general alliance. 1937 14 September: Masaryk died at the age of 87. 1938 13 March: The annexation of Austria to Germany exposed the unfortified southern border of the CSR to Nazi aggression. ” 24 April: Hitler adopted a plan of aggression against the CSR.
November–December: Mass protests against police brutality spread from Prague to the whole country, bringing hundreds of thousands to the streets. Charter 77 activists initiated the formation of an opposition center, Civic Forum (Občanské fórum—OF). 21 November: Prime Minister Ladislav Adamec opened nominal talks with the opposition. 27 November: A two-hour orderly general strike involved millions. To demonstrate that the protesters were law-abiding and also not seeking to disrupt economic production—and risk regime accusations of being “saboteurs”—the strike was held over lunchtime and workers remained at their posts for an additional two hours at the end of the day.
The unit’s deployment would become a political issue as tensions over the terms of going to war increased in the Czech Republic in the following year. 15 March: A new law signed by President Havel made public almost all of the files kept by the Communist-era secret police. 11 April: Visiting Prague EU Enlargement Commissioner Günter Verheugen supported the Czech government position on the postwar Beneš Decrees that allowed the transfer of Germans from Czechoslovakia, stating also that demands for their repeal of some Austrians and Germans were not supported by their governments.