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Stroke: Mapping Out Early Stages of Recovery by Pritchett & Hull

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His hatred for the enemy pilots some colorful expounded on the fuselage tanks in the form of slogans "Death to the German invaders", sometimes resorting to more strong expressions. As the war veterans, individual inscriptions can be safely attributed to profanity. It seems that such artistry Command sought to encourage, in their own way struggling with him. At the same time, as in the First World War, the tradition was revived to put on planes business cards pilots. So, the famous Soviet pilot ace MD Baranov 3 * [the example of Russian aviator warrant officer OP Pankratova] on board their war machine in big letters wrote "The Storm fascists MD Baranov. " Such a brave pilot could afford. In six years of war, he made more than 200 sorties, shot down in person with 24 enemy planes 4 *. Sometimes planes names were limited to the initial word of the phrase above - "The Storm" [September 1941, the Air Force of the Southern Front). Later, with the same inscription flew the famous Soviet ace pilot Hero of the Soviet Union captain VF Khokhlachov.

Stroke: Mapping Out Early Stages of Recovery by Pritchett & Hull

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Pritchett & Hull
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Createspace
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Pages
52
ISBN
9781481907088
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Paperback
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