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 disguise the expansion of the RAAF from 536 wrestle airplane in December 1941 to millions of plane in 1945. every kind are pointed out with serial numbers and devices. related insurance for the RNZAF. those air forces flew American, British, or even their very own in the neighborhood outfitted plane. 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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The magistrate made no allowance for justification, if any was offered. He sentenced the runaway to another year’s servitude among the 1200 or so unreformed and largely unrepentant prisoners at Newcastle. Blackstone was returned to Newcastle’s blacksmiths’ workshop, only to face further problems soon afterwards when property reportedly stolen from the hospital stores was found in his possession. He incurred the wrath of ‘King Lash’, as one visitor to Newcastle’s penal settlement dubbed the Commandant.
Some thrived on a diet of healthy food, hard but rewarding work and kindness, ultimately becoming stalwarts of the colonial community. QX5 5/3/08 10:13 AM Page 27 A new world against a life of subservience and forced labour. Some were treated like slaves. Skilled tradesmen endured a different fate. Commandeered by the government they faced assignment to town gangs or, in Blackstone’s case, to the lumber yard. Blackstone and the other ‘mechanics’—as tradesmen were called—were led a short distance south along George Street to this large walled enclosure which lay immediately south-east of the Bridge Street intersection.
For the men, the punishment was generally the lash. The cat-o’-ninetails, with its nine thongs of knotted twine, whipped the men into submission and deterred them from their wicked ways, or so Governor Macquarie and many of the penal settlement commandants believed. Colonel James Morisset, who assumed command during Blackstone’s term of servitude there, was among the vanguard. Morisset was the embodiment of a Jekyll and Hyde conflict. A warinflicted injury had left one side of his face grossly damaged: a bulging, staring eye, a smashed cheekbone and jaw that had healed like a ‘large yellow over-ripe melon’, and a mouth that twisted upwards and whistled when he spoke.