By Jerzy B. Cynk
Plane Profile 258-PZL P-37 Los КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Автор:Jerzy B. Cynk Название: PZL P-37 Los [Aircraft Profile 258] Издательство:Profile courses Ltd Год: 1972 Формат: pdf,rar+3% Размер: 10.9MB Язык: английскийСтраниц: 25 hotfile.com.com zero
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Northey’s War Diary 4 Dec. 1915 – 18 Apr. 1916, 7 January 1916. PRO, CAB 45/14, East Africa Campaign Great War: Accounts of activities on and around the Northern Rhodesia Border. Folio 2. PRO, CAB 45/14, East Africa Campaign Great War: Accounts of activities on and around the Northern Rhodesia Border. Folio 3. PRO, CAB 45/14, East Africa Campaign Great War: Accounts of activities on and around the Northern Rhodesia Border. Folio 4. PRO, WO 95/5329, East Africa Brig. Gen. E. Northey’s War Diary 4 Dec 1915 – 8 Apr.
Hoyt, Guerilla, Colonel von Lettow-Vorbeck and Germany’s East African Empire (London, 1981); General von Lettow-Vorbeck, Meine Erinnerungen aus Ostafrika (Leipzig, 1921). The most detailed archival sources for this war are to be found in the National Archives, formerly the Public Records Office, in Kew, England. The War Office 158 Africa series, sub-series General Headquarters, WO 158/459 – 467 deal with NORFORCE, the British forces commanded by General Northey. In addition, WO 95/5329 – 5331 contain the war diaries of General Northey and provide a day-by-day account of developments in northeastern Zambia and southwestern Tanzania during the war.
Their rations are 2½ lbs of meal per day. A carrier would therefore eat the full weight of his load in 24 days, that is on a 12-day journey outward (180 miles) and 12 days return. 68 Clearly the transporting of goods to the front 600 miles away could not be done effectively by carriers. Indeed, Wallace calculated that should he wish to ensure the supply of 1 ton per day at the front 600 miles from the railhead, he would need no fewer than 71,000 carriers. 69 At the time there was a taxable population of approximately 120,000 in Northern Rhodesia, of whom approximately 80,000 could be recruited.