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By B. J. Gray

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Airco DH.2 - Windsock DataFile forty eight КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: - Airco DH.2 Автор: B. J. grey Издательство: – Albatros Productions Ltd.Серия: Windsock DataFile 19Год: 1994 Язык: английскийISBN: 0-948414-63-4Формат: pdfРазмер: 9.06 MbAlthoughtGeoffrey De Havilland's DH.2 used to be take pleasure in a few enormous good fortune opposed to the Fokkermonoplane it used to be no longer constructed particularly as a counter weapon to theEindecker, actually the 1st DH.2 prototype flew within the early summer season of 1915just because the first Fokkers have been attaining front. The DH.2 has a safe a spot within the annals of air warfare... eighty five

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What did the correction look like in Pardubice? How often did you get something to eat there? Once every two days there was food. Every morning there was black coffee. There was a hard bed that was just concrete and a blanket. For example, Růženka came there during Christmas because she refused to work on Sundays. She spent fourteen days over the most beautiful holidays. She was then released at a certain hour and we were all waiting for her. ” The guard just turned her head around thinking she had gone nuts.

He did 6 months in prison and wanted to disappear. There was another guy who never said what he was engaged in, but according to what he did mention, I think that it could have been Světlana5. Both of them were arrested in 1949 and questioned for 2 weeks, but then released, because they wanted to get more people, I guess. They both decided it was time to disappear. Because they knew how I felt, they came to ask whether I could help them to cross the border. I disliked the fact that they started to imprison foreign soldiers, mainly pilots.

They didn’t know. At night I knocked on the window of my sister’s and they thought I was a ghost. I stayed with her and her son played and sang. Then I went home where I registered at the town hall in Rajnochovice. My parents killed a calf right away. Right after getting back I had to find a job. I found that at the forestry department they were really helpful. I could have started whenever I wanted, so after my release from prison I stayed home for another month to relax. The girls over there accepted me and didn’t look at me through their fingers.

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