By Milos Vestsik
В монографии рассматривается история создания и боевого применения самолета Лавочкин Ла-7. Это был совершенный истребитель КБ С.А. Лавочкина и один из лучших самолетов второй мировой войны. На фронтах он показал полное превосходство над немецкими истребителями. Трижды Герой Советского Союза И.Н. Кожедуб на Ла-7 сбил 17 самолетов противника (в том числе реактивный истребитель Ме-262). В данном выпуске серии Letadla содержатся редкие фотографии, чертежи и схемы камуфляжной окраски самолетов.
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No single crumb of comfort was left for me. I was unwilling to have anyone else see the examples of my folly. So that night in the dark, out behind Brackenridge Hall, the men's dormitory where I lodged, I made a small bonfire of every scrap of my cowboy songs. Years afterwards, an associate of Dr. Callaway in the English faculty, Dr. R. H. Griffith, asked to examine a first copy of Cowboy Songs and Other Frontier Ballads, published in 1910. The following morning he brought Page 6 the book to my desk, thanked me for the loan, turned on his heel, and went away with no word of comment.
With a glad gleam in his eye, he said, "I'm on my way to take Miss Terrill to dinner. " Several years passed, and Lomax called on me here in Austin. He and "Miss Terrill" were back from the Brush Country around Cotulla, where he had recorded various vaquero songs and got my brother Elrich to sing for him. Elrich can sing Mexican songs better than he can sings songs in English. " I can remember hearing it long, long ago on our ranch. "Who-o-o, who-e-e, ho-ho-ho, ha, ha, ha," it went, no printed syllables possibly suggesting the vocal sounds.
Had a fine lunch. Had a fine visit. Dr. Battle got his suitcase in the car, got himself in the car. He had already told Lomax goodbye. Bedichek told Lomax goodbye, had the car engine started. And there Lomax was standing right by him in the drive. The minute Bedichek started the car moving, Lomax began cursing out, his face purple. He had kept his word, you understand, not mentioning the name of Roosevelt so long as Bedichek was his guest. Now, in rising accents, it was, "God damn Roosevelt! " After Bedichek drove past him he could still hear the combination of God and Roosevelt.