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Arab Armies of the center East Wars (2) [Osprey Men-at-Arms 194] КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Автор: Sam Katz: Название: Arab Armies of the center East Wars (2) [Osprey Men-at-Arms 194]:Серия: Osprey Men-at-Arms 194:Издательство: Osprey Publishing Ltd:Страниц: 49:Язык: Английский:Год: 1988:Формат: pdf в rar:Размер: 11,8 Mb:Для сайта: www.mirknig.comОписание (About this book): The Six-Day struggle vastly altered the political and armed forces complexion of the center East: 3 Arab armies lay in break, whereas Israel accomplished local superpower prestige. The Arab reaction to defeat was once a thirst for revenge, and the method of regrouping to release the 1973 battle was once the closest the Arab global may come to precise solidarity. This e-book examines the post-1973 improvement of the armies of Egypt, Jordan and Syria, in addition to the Palestinian guerrilla and terrorist teams. sponsored through images and color illustrations, this ebook additionally info the distinct army and political roles of the armies' elite devices. eighty five

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Out of a book curiously bound in stamped leather which you have bought in the bazaars. That is how I spend my mornings here; a stream murmurs past me which Zoroastrian gardeners guide with long handled spades into tiny sluices leading into the flower beds all around. The dictionary which is also in my hammock is not perhaps so poetic as the other attributes—let us hide it under our muslin petticoats! I learn Persian, not with great energy, one does nothing with energy here. My teacher is a delightful old person with bright eyes and a white turban who knows so little French (French is our medium) that he can neither translate the poets to me nor explain any grammatical difficulties.

Nancy Bernhaut’s meticulous copyediting has brought consistency to the book, which draws on Gertrude’s huge and varied output ranging from political papers to family letters. Thanks also to artist Paul X. Johnson for the cover image of Gertrude Bell; it evokes wonderfully the character of the young Gertrude. Cartography for the maps of Gertrude Bell’s journeys in the Middle East was done by Raymond Turvey. Chronology 1807 Gertrude Bell’s great-grandfather Thomas Bell, the son of a blacksmith, manufactures alkali using a new chemical process at Walker near Newcastle upon Tyne 1809 Thomas Bell, with partners James Losh and George Wilson, opens an iron foundry at Walker 1816 February Grandfather (Isaac) Lowthian Bell born on the 15th to Thomas and Katherine (née Lowthian), elder brother of John and Tom 1832 June King William IV signs the First Reform Act to increase the franchise and address electoral corruption 1835 Lowthian joins his father’s ironworks at Walker, later becoming a partner 1837 June Queen Victoria succeeds William IV on the 20th 1842 July Lowthian marries Margaret Pattinson on the 20th 1844 February Gertrude’s father (Thomas) Hugh Bell, born at Walker on the 10th; future elder brother of Charles, Mary (Maisie), Florence, Ada, and Sophie Gertrude’s mother, Maria (Mary) Shield, born Lowthian creates a new company, Bell Brothers, with Thomas and John to operate the Wylam Ironworks, Port Clarence, Middlesbrough 1845 Lowthian takes control of Walker ironworks upon the death of his father 1850 Lowthian opens Washington Chemical Company with father-in-law, metallurgical chemist Hugh Lee Pattinson FRS, and brother-in-law The company pioneers steel rope and undersea cable manufacture with Robert S.

In 1917 Bell was named a Commander of the British Empire (CBE) for her service in the war. She died in Baghdad two days before her fifty-eighth birthday. GEORGINA HOWELL is the author of the acclaimed biography Gertrude Bell: Queen of the Desert, Shaper of Nations. She has written for Vanity Fair, Vogue, The Sunday Times, The Observer, and Tatler. She has one son and lives in London and Brittany with her husband, Christopher Bailey. com Introductions and selection copyright © 2015 by Quilco Limited Penguin supports copyright.

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