By Bartomiej; et al. Belcarz

The total tale of fighter operations over France in 1940:- protecting airplane and airmen from France, Germany, Britain, Belgium, Holland, Poland and different eu nations. the major conflict within the air has been overshadowed through the later conflict of england - however the classes the RAF realized over France, and the numerous skilled pilots and team who escaped from German clutches to affix the RAF, performed an immense function in that victory. The invasion of France used to be a big step in Hitler's domination of Europe, but in addition helped forge the multi-national alliance that at last defeated him

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5. Ajout d’une dern. phrase : “Le Chéron en question est probablement Charles François (1724-1797), qui a fait un portrait à l’aqua43 additions et modifications Volume 1 relle de Devaux, reproduit par A. Consiglio (Devaux, Poésies diverses, Bari & Paris, 1977, p. ” Lettre 133, n. 1. Ajout d’une dern. phrase : “En mai 1748, il demandera à Élisabeth Ferrand de transmettre à Helvétius son ‘dévouement le plus tendre’ (Bibl. publ. et univ. de Genève, ms. 657, fo 38; Corpus Condillac [1714-1780], éd.

Lire “Le 14 janvier”. 19 errata Volume 1 ———, n. 3. Suppression de “d’Argenson”. ———, n. 6. Voir Additions. ———, Légende de la gravure (p. 62), “d’après le portrait par Garand”. Lire “d’après le portrait dû à Garand”. Lettre 40, n. 7, “1782”. Lire “1783”. ———, n. 8. Voir Additions. Lettre 42, p. 66, l. 2, “absentes”. Lire “obmises”. Lettre 43, l. 6, “ton heros Genie et”. Lire “Ton Heros1, genie? Et”. Le texte de la note 1 figure dans les Additions. Les notes 1, 2 et 3 deviennent les notes 2, 3 et 4.

164, col. 1, “unveröffentliche”. Lire “unveröffentlichte”. ———, n. 4, “(v. lettre 347)”. Lire “(v. lettre 509, note 4)”. Lettre 559, n. 3, “la bibliothèque ducale de Gotha”. Lire “la Forschungsund Landesbibliothek de Gotha”. Lettre 567, n. 3, “au bord de la banqueroute”. Lire “au bord de la faillite”. Lettre 569, n. 2, col. 2, l. 1, “confrontations militaires”. Lire “affrontements militaires”. ———, n. 4, “sans que soit indiqué”. Lire “sans que fût indiqué”. Lettre 580, en-tête de la lettre, “princesse”.

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