By Roger A. Freeman
Camouflage & Markings quantity 18: Lockheed P-38, F-4 & F-5 Lightning U.S.A.A.F., E.T.O. & M.T.O., 1942-1945 КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: Camouflage & Markings quantity 18: Lockheed P-38, F-4 & F-5 Lightning U.S.A.A.F., E.T.O. & M.T.O., 1942-1945Автор: Roger A. FreemanИздательство: Ducimus BooksГод: 1971Страниц: 24Формат: PDF в RARРазмер: 7.4МБЯзык: английскийB/w pictures, illustrations, colour illustrations, paint schemes, picking out marks.Скачать: DepositfilesUploading Hotfile eighty five
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Jean Andre Henry Lucas (17801825), keeper of the Cabinet of Mineralogy at the Museum d'Histoire Naturelle there. Lucas, the son and grandson of functionaries of science,6 escorted them through the Museum, explaining its organization and function. , 1818), who had been made a professor there by Napoleon. This great crystallographer, Mrs. Somerville noted, ... took much pains to make our visit interesting, explained the plan of his work, shewed us models in wood for the illustration of his Theory, and likewise many drawers of minerals ...
Scientific training was still largely an apprenticeship entered into for love of the subject. A few scientists gained a livelihood through teaching or other scholarly professions, a few military and naval men carried out scientific investigations as part of their duties, the medical men had their patients, and a few scattered practitioners found posts at the Royal Institution or the British Museum or similar establishments, but no youth entered science as he might enter the church or law or medicine to support himself and a family.
His election in March 1834 to the Academie Royale de Medecine of Paris84 shortly after his wife's lengthy and triumphant stay in the French capital and after a visit to Chelsea by the famed French medical authority Antoine Clot ('Clot Bey', 1795-1868) may have been at least partially in return for Somerville's kindnesses to visitors as well as an indirect tribute to his wife's fame. No equivalent British medical honour ever came his way. William Somerville's warmest enthusiasm was reserved for his avocations.