By Jeffrey Ethell
Книга Luftwaffe at struggle, v.4 - Eagles over North Africa and Mediterranean... Luftwaffe at conflict, v.4 - Eagles over North Africa and Mediterranean 1940-1943 Книги Вооружение Автор: Jeffrey L. Ethell Год издания: 1997 Формат: pdf Издат.:Greenhill Books Страниц: sixty two Размер: 109.18 ISBN: 185367284X Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:This interesting on-going sequence covers each element of the Luftwaffe in international conflict II and charts the increase and fall of this amazing strength. each one quantity uses over 100 infrequent and worthwhile photos, a lot of them taken via Luftwaffe body of workers, to carry historical past to existence and list either the boys and the plane they flew. Eagles Over Africa and the Mediterranean examines the placement of the Luftwaffe in North Africa among 1940 and 1943. even though the Luftwaffe accomplished loads of good fortune the following, it was once hampered via the consistent call for for males and machines somewhere else, logistical difficulties, similar to a crippling loss of gas, and the tough wilderness conditions.Missing pages (отсутствуют страницы): 42,55-65,67
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Accordingly, on January 29, 1802, a French armada carrying twelve thousand troops under the command of General Charles Leclerc anchored in Samana Bay on the east coast of the island. Napoleon was confident that these French soldiers would sweep aside black resistance in a matter of weeks. Further, he rejected all evidence 24 Guerrilla Warfare that even first-class white troops would suffer inordinately from the climate and from yellow fever. Also, true to his usual practice, Napoleon made no adequate provision for the proper supply of the army.
Ultimate Union victory did not appear inevitable to the Confederate leaders, or to the principal statesmen of Europe, and most certainly not to President Abraham Lincoln. THE STRATEGIC SITUATION To the contrary, several indicators pointed impressively to an eventual Confederate success. First, there were deep divisions within the Union states: Lincoln had received less than 40 percent of the popular vote in the 1860 election, and large strata of northern1 opinion, especially in the Democratic Party, opposed a war of conquest of the seceded states.
For that matter, what in fact did ‘‘victory’’ mean? For the Confederacy, it meant mere survival: resisting conquest until northern society tired of the struggle. For the Union, victory could mean nothing less than the total conquest and occupation of the Confederate states. But in the 1860s, as in most periods, weapon systems and fortifications favored the defensive, which was the strategic posture of the Confederacy. ‘‘Conquest and occupation’’ of the Confederate states meant that Union forces would have to subdue an area as large as today’s France, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, and Poland combined.