By Francis K. Mason

;Hawker Tempest I-VI [Aircraft Profile 197] КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: Hawker Tempest I-VI Автор:Francis okay. Mason Серия: plane Profile 197 Издательство: Profile guides Ltd Год издания: 1967 Страниц:16 Формат: PDF в rarЯзык: английский Размер: 12.08 Мб Для сайта: Мир книгВ 1944 году был создан истребитель Hawker Tempest, ставший одним из самых мощных истребителей Второй мировой войныifolder.ru.com zero

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D. 1 005 Poland has six men famed for their piety and holy lives: Benedict, Matthew, John, Isaac, Christian and Barnabas. Boleslaw, hearing reports of the virtues of st. Romuald, sends to ask him for a few of his brethren, who, by their example, may help to strengthen the Polish people, so recently converted, in their faith. The Emperor Henry, who is at this time in Pereum, a waste in the marshes near Ra­ venna, supports the request with a personal visit to St. Romuald. The saint is unwilling to order any ofthe brethren to go, but leaves it to them to decide.

D. 1 0 1 1 Iaroslav may have disposed of his main opponent, but he still has another with whom to con­ tend, his neph,ew, Briacheslav, son of Izjaslav, Duke of Polotsk, who now assembles an army of his own people augmented by contingents of Polovtsy and Varangians, and with it attacks and cap­ tures Novgorod. He imposes tribute on the whole duchy and lays most of it waste. He dismisses all its starostas before returning to Polotsk, his father's capital. Iaroslav, very hurt by the loss of the duchy of Novgorod, his inheritance, bars Briacheslav's way at the RiverSudomir and after a fierce battle emerges victorious.

Desiring a martyr's crown, as he himself has said, or, perhaps just remembering the Pope's commission which is still in his wallet, Wojciech leaves Gniezno, and, with an escort of thirty knights and courtiers provided by Mieczyslaw, heads for the territory of thePrussians beyond Po­ l 'land's frontiers, across the River Ossa, a tributary of the Vistula. ThePrussians are reputed to be a fierce, cruel people, immersed in idolatry and the worship of demons, so blind in their errors that they worship as gods the sun, moon and stars, as well as animals, birds and fire.

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