By Dr. Rene J. Francillon, Frank F. Smith

Royal Australian Air strength and Royal New Zealand Air strength within the Pacific КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Black and white images hide the expansion of the RAAF from 536 wrestle airplane in December 1941 to hundreds of thousands of plane in 1945. every kind are pointed out with serial numbers and devices. comparable assurance for the RNZAF. those air forces flew American, British, or even their very own in the neighborhood outfitted airplane. The campaigns opposed to the japanese took them from their local territory to New Guinea, Indonesia, and in other places within the southwest Pacific.Издательство: Aero Publishers, Inc.Серия: Aero Pictorials 3Страниц: 102Язык: английскийФормат: pdfРазмер: 37.11 Мб ifolder.ru zero

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Whether he got his alias because he was from Bahraich in India or because of an epithet became immaterial. His real name is still a mystery. I remember seeing Bahraichi on a few occasions. During an Indian wedding once I saw a short, slim grey-haired man in khaki trousers and a light-coloured shirt sitting alone on a chair. He looked to be in his sixties, quiet, and seemed unaffected by the festive atmosphere around him. A small group of young boys came to me and said, ‘Do you see that man? He is Bahraichi.

39 22 BITTERSWEET There was something mysterious about the festival. People thought they saw blood in the tinsel mausoleum and heard soft wailing noises at night. A chicken or goat was ritually slaughtered to appease the spirits as men danced around the tazia, working themselves into a trance, while women took vows and gave donations in anticipation of some blessing (the birth of a son, removal of some affliction). The festival petered out as the old-timers passed away, other forms of entertainment reached the people, and the Sunni orthodoxy asserted its dominance.

13-34. And Gillion, Fiji’s Indian Migrants. pp. 136-63. 41 For further discussion, see Lal, Brij V. Broken Waves. pp. 46–8. Also Ali, Ahmed. 1978. ’ In Asian Profile, 6: 5. pp. 477–91. 42 These quotations are from the files of the Colonial Secretary’s Office, National Archives of Fiji. 43 Colonial Secretary’s Office File 84/2140, National Archives of Fiji. Typical cane settlement, interior of Viti Levu. The unpaved road is a characteristic feature of rural Fiji. CHAPTER TWO Voices From the Past Praveen Chandra and Saras Chandra THE HOT MORNING sun filtered through the dusty humid Suva air as I parked the rental car opposite the Fiji Broadcasting Commission building in Carnavon Street.

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