By Richard Ward
A descriptive and illustrated publication at the fighter planes from 1938 via 1945. nice for enthusiasts of outdated planes, and historical past of wars!
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D. 383, and we know of no equivalent Latin word or phrase. We owe this example to O. A. W. Dilke. Preface lestial cartography and to the maps of imagined cosmographies. In implementing this definition we have also sought to avoid criteria specific to particular cultures based on the historical-literate experience. 1 to those maps revealing a graticule of latitude and longitude. Nor do we necessarily require that they incorporate the projective, coordinate, and Euclidean geometries currently associated with maps and usually linked with systems of numeration and metrology.
A. Skelton, trans. D. L. Paisey (Cambridge: Harvard University Press; London: C. A. " For his textbook, Gerald R. Crone, Maps and Their Makers: An Introduction to the History of Cartography, 2d ed. " Preface XVI all forms of basic data. It also includes all stages in the reproduction of maps. "s Such a definition, when also linked to the concept of a history of communication by maps, enlarges the proper subject matter of the history of cartography, as will be made clear below. 6 It is significant that "all types of maps" were specifically included, as were the technical processes of mapmaking.
See also Carl B. Boyer, A History of Mathematics (New York: John Wiley, 1968); Klaus Mainzer, Geschichte der Geometrie (Mannheim: Bibliographisches Institut, 1980); or Nicolas Bourbaki, Elements d'histoire des mathematiques, new ed. (Paris: Hermann, 1974). 13. The word cartography is derived from the Greek word chartes used in Late Greek, meaning a sheet of paper or papyrus, that is, the material on which the map was drawn in later times. See p. 12 for further documentation. 14. In fact some of these activities-surveying, photogrammetry and, in particular, remote sensing-have become increasingly independent, with their own literature and their own international organizations.
50 fighters 1938-1945 by Richard Ward