By Bill Munro
Книга Alvis Saracen relatives Alvis Saracen relations Книги Вооружение Автор: invoice Munro Год издания: 2002 Формат: pdf Издат.:Crowood Press Страниц: 176 Размер: 39.51 ISBN: 1861265379 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Using a standard six-wheeled chassis designed by means of the scuffling with car examine institution, the Saracen armored body of workers provider and Saladin armored vehicle aimed to resolve the matter of massive numbers of military cars, all with incompatible components and servicing exercises. synthetic via the Coventry enterprise of Alvis, the Saracen and Saladin have been joined via one other version at the subject: the Salamander. Alvis additionally designed yet one more family member, a hugely flexible amphibious load provider referred to as the Stalwart.This whole heritage of this recognized family members of army cars finds a lot that has no longer formerly been widely recognized. From works files and interviews with Alvis and the army, invoice Munro has prepare a desirable historical past.
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Witness to all we forget, . . old city cradled among birds of omen, . . city in the true image of gigantic heaven. ” The “bird” and “prickly pear” allusions in this passage relate to the central emblem of the Mexican ﬂag where an eagle devours a serpent upon a blooming cactus, which grows out of a stylized rock in the blue waters of Lake Tezcoco. This dramatic image refers to the crucial moment in the Aztec foundation myths when their Chichimec ancestors arrived in the Basin of Mexico at the beginning of the fourteenth century after a long and arduous journey from their distant homeland in the north.
When the priest failed to surface, his companions thought that he had drowned, and they retired to their camp. Later, the priest returned and announced that he had descended into the underworld, where he met the rain god Tlaloc and was given permission for the Mexica to settle in this sacred place. Thus they had both the forces of the sky (the eagle, Huitzilopochtli) and of the earth (the lake god, Tlaloc) granting permission to build the new center of the world. The great journey from Chicomoztoc and Aztlan was now complete, and at a site uncannily like the fertile island community from which they originally set out, the Mexica got down to the work of building Tenochtitlan.
As reports, artifacts, and even Indians from the New World were put on display in Spain, Portugal, and other European countries, controversies broke out as to whether these peoples were fully human, whether they descended from Adam and Eve, and how they came to be located in these distant lands. The answers given by priests, laypeople, and scholars ﬂuctuated between wonder, fantasy, and scientiﬁc hypotheses. ” as news of Spanish voyages of discovery poured into Europe. This was topped by Francisco López de Gómara who, though he never traveled to the New World, became Cortés’s secretary in Spain and ranked the “discovery” of the Americas as one of the three most important events in human history, after the creation of the universe by God and the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.