Luftflotte I 1939 (Air Miniatures 11)
By Krzysztof Janowicz
Publisher: Kagero 2002 96 Pages
PDF 79 MB
In the middle of the night between September 2nd and 3rd, the phone woke me up. I heard Hauptmann Schleif's voice from the handset:
"Tomorrow mornin g our Staffel has to be in full alert, but most probably, there's going to be a QBJ!"
It meant bad weather forecast in our jargon. I looked at my watch. It was midnight. I came closer to the window. The sky was cloudy, however, several stars could be seen. We woke up before dusk The weather was not perfect. On the east a big blood-red sun appeared. Later, low over the horizon a long veil of mist appeared. Crew members, who stood dressed in flying suits by their machines got back to the air-shed and started playing table tennis. Around 6.00 am Hauptmann Schleif came by his car , he was in a great mood.ountry. It is no wonder living among this natural beauty that such uniquely beautiful jewelry be developed, made and worn by every Indian man, woman, and child and usually in great profusion. Traditional styles and designs were mostly used in the illustrations of this book. There has been no drastic change in Indian jewelry design during the last fifty years although styles are constantly changing under social and economic pressures.
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