By Janda P. (Translator)
This e-book bargains with improvement, construction and operational provider of 1 of the main based fighter of WWI. approximately each Austro-Hungarian fighter ace spent a part of his profession within the cockpit of this airplane. The textual content describes additionally camouflage and staining types and afterwar provider in Czechoslovakia. 172 images, 23 colour profiles.
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There was vigorous disagreement among Manhattan Project scientists who made the atomic bomb about the wisdom of the decision to use it, and after the war’s end, there was strong criticism of its use from many prominent Protestant and Catholic spokespeople. Influential conservative voices also criticized the decision. ” Similar criticism was voiced by Hanson Baldwin, military affairs correspondent for the New York Times, David Lawrence, editor of United States News, and various conservative journals.
But even as historians have seen their influence reach beyond the academy into various forms of public space—from museums to theme parks, CD-ROM “textbooks” to battlefield memorials—their work has often become contested (and detested) terrain, material for editorialists to condemn, politicians to denounce, and citizens to complain about or protest. As political players, historians are relatively powerless and unorganized. Facing attacks that may grossly simplify and misrepresent their ideas and intentions, as in the Enola Gay controversy, they have few immediate ways to defend themselves.
They can examine what Americans can and cannot bear to look at or consider at any moment, and why. This is the simple goal of our book: to let a group of historians take up, explore, and begin to make sense of one highly publicized controversy in America’s ongoing history wars, one which, in its not-so-brief life, continues to generate far more heat than light. The contributors to this book take as their starting point a draft script for a modest four-room exhibition at the National Air and Space Museum.
Albatros D.II & D.III Oeffag by Janda P. (Translator)