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An Illustrated consultant to trendy Airborne Missiles ASIN: 0668058226 EAN: 9780668058223 Binding: Hardcover
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;U. S. Naval warring parties: army / Marine Corps 1922 to Nineteen Eighties ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ,ТЕХНИКА Название: U. S. Naval combatants: military / Marine Corps 1922 to 1980sАвтор: Lloyd S. JonesИздательство: Aero PublishersISBN: 0816892547Год: 1977Страниц: 353Формат: PDF в RARРазмер: forty two. 62МБЯзык: английскийFrom the VE-7 of 1922, the whole heritage of the Navy's fighter planes is recorded by way of ninety one three-view drawings.
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90 A poll conducted in France in 2003 indicated that 62 percent of the general French population believed that the values of Islam were not compatible with those of the French Republic. 2003. A 2003 study of anti-Muslim attitudes in Italy showed that 56 percent of Italians believed that Muslims have “cruel and barbaric laws,” 47 percent considered them “religious fundamentalists and fanatics” and 33 percent were convinced that Muslims are invading Italy. Cited in Cesari, “Muslims in Europe,” 105.
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