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Книга Aero Armor sequence quantity thirteen: Armor of the Bundeswehr Aero Armor sequence quantity thirteen: Armor of the Bundeswehr Книги Вооружение Автор: Uwe Feist Год издания: 1981 Формат: pdf Издат.:Aero Publishers Страниц: fifty four Размер: 30.45 ISBN: 0816820465 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Contents : Jagdpanzer Kanone (Jpz 4-5); Kampfpanzer Leopard 1 A1; Kampfpanzer Leopard 1 A3; Kampfpanzer Leopard 2 (Prototype); Kampfpanzer Leopard 2; M 60 A1 MBT U.S.A. - Leopard 1 A3; AMX-30 – Chieftain MK3; XM 1 Abrams U.S.A. - Leopard 2 Germany; Misc. Armor Bundeswehr.
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It was for the individual to decide for him or herself – usually the latter – whether to remain in Madhu, to move on or, in the case of those living in the vicinity, eventually to move back home when the immediate danger from fighting had passed. By the time the visitors left Madhu, another 450 persons who had been fleeing the Army’s offensive against local LTTE positions entered the open relief centre, increasing its population to over 20,000. Later that day, on the way back through the villages in the jungle, there was more dramatic evidence of the way in which it was providing protective relief for civilians caught in the midst of the conflict.
When eventually it flew off, we all shouted to each other to foregather on the road. The “soldiers” towards whom we had been blithely walking, had in fact been LTTE cadres, who on this occasion had not been wearing their normal “tiger-stripe” fatigues, but Army jungle greens. It used to be said that even if the uniforms of both sides might on occasions be indistinguishable, the LTTE would be wearing rubber sandals, not boots. True – but not a difference easy to spot at a distance. After conferring briefly, we got into the Landcruiser and headed slowly back towards the village held by the Army, whence we had come.
When eventually the new High Commissioner, Sadako Ogata, had fully taken charge of the agency, she found in its favour. Moreover, Washington – the only Government to maintain reservations throughout the critical first year – eventually moderated its negative attitude to the programme. In consequence, the refugee agency stayed in Sri Lanka and developed an innovative protection role for the benefit of persons internally displaced and at risk in the war zone, in addition to refugees who had repatriated voluntarily.