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Search-lights on the war

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The Fatherland Corporation , New York
World War, 1914-1918, World War, 1914-1918 -- C
Statementby Dr. Bernhard Dernburg ...
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LC ClassificationsD511 .D3
The Physical Object
Pagination62 p.
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Open LibraryOL6575148M
LC Control Number15006670
OCLC/WorldCa1167658

Excerpt from Search-Lights on the War As everybody knows, the trouble that led to the present world-war started in a little corner in the southeast of Europe, and it is remarkable to see how, in spite of this common knowledge, in the eyes of the world the European conflict has resolved itself into a question between Germany and England as to supremacy in : Bernhard Dernburg.

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Skip to main content This banner text can have markup. World War,World War, -- Causes Publisher New York, The Fatherland Corporation Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language EnglishPages: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dernburg, Bernhard, Search-lights on the war.

New York, The Fatherland Corporation, (OCoLC) The American verdict on the war: a reply to the Appeal to the civilized world of 93 German professors Author: Church, Samuel Harden, Published: () The great crime and its moral Author: Willmore, J. Selden Under the search-light a record of a great scandal.

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Art. The Harwich Gate Ships, Barrier, and Light Cruisers under Searchlight. Book/Printed Material Germany and England, the real issue, About this Item & 8 FOREWORD The Germanistic Society plans to issue a series of pamphlets to appear from time to time, dealing with the war in Europe and its underlying Search-lights on the war.

The military kept some units that were used as spotlights through the Korean War, but most of the lights were scrapped, and sold to the public to be used for more than 60 years as searchlights in the outdoor advertising industry for the promotion of Grand Openings, sales, and special events.

As the war Search-lights on the war book technology progressed, radar was added to the list of locator devices used to point searchlights to light up enemy aircraft. In the photo at left, the searchlight in the foreground is connected to the SCR gun-laying radar unit behind it.

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27th Apr, VERKHNYAYA PYSHMA, SVERDLOVSK REGION, RUSSIA - AP A ZIS-5 truck with a searchlight station during a rehearsal of the Victory Day military parade to mark the 74th. The Searchlight is a piece of wargear that is commonly found on many human vehicles belonging to the Imperium and the forces of Chaos, and can even be found in use by Tyranid Genestealers that are hidden on Imperial worlds.

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Here are a few sites to look out for as you. searchlight, device, usually swiveled, using a lens and reflecting surface to direct a powerful beam of light of nearly parallel rays.

In such apparatus was used along the English Channel in coastal defense and later, in the South African War, as an aid to infantry movement. Second World War-era searchlights include models manufactured by General Electric and by the Sperry were mostly of 60 inch ( cm) diameter with rhodium plated parabolic mirror, reflecting a carbon arc discharge.

Peak output waswas powered by a 15 kW generator and had an effective beam visibility of 28 to 35 miles (45 to 56 km) in clear low humidity. “Three master search lights came on, the blue automatic search lights, and then all the others came on me and then it really started.

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Bomb aimer in his position in the nose. “I got 33 holes in me, we dropped our bombs and then our bomb bay couldn’t close and that slowed us up, and then two fighters came up and attacked us.”.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. German searchlights of the Second World War were used to detect and track enemy aircraft at night.

They were used in three main sizes, 60, and centimetres. After the end of the First World War, German development of searchlights was effectively stopped by the Treaty of Versailles, it resumed in Wake Rosters.

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Malbork was known to have been the site of terrible violence at the end of the war, as the town’s German population fled the advancing Red Army. By the end of the war, the German population had vanished. Previously, inthe remains of people were found on the Malbork Castle. NDQSA RELATED Books Boys of Battery B Stories From Vietnam by Ed Gaydos.

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