Naval and Marine Badges and Insignia of World War Two by Guido Rosignoli

By Guido Rosignoli

Представлены знаки различия военных моряков Англии, США, России, Германии, Дании, Франции, Италии, Японии, Польши, Голландии, Финляндии, т.е. практически всех стран, воевавших и имевших Военно-Морские Силы.

У этого же автора есть ещё несколько справочников по аналогичной тематике ( знаки различия ВВС и наземных частей), но в сети не находил. На Natahouse есть только военные флаги за 2006 год.

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EA 3:298-300; DANE 171) \, lording to Sumerian legend, the period scholars now call Early Dynastic I was IlI11inated by the hegemony of the kings of Kish (KS 328). , Kish" as one of his titles (PI 37, 40, 102). We cannot know for certain the II'Cise period of the hegemony of Kish. The King-list itself gives each of the liLTS reigns of hundreds of years, and the dynasty as a whole a duration of24,510 ,Irs. M 28-32; KS 238; PI 18) are known from other records to have been con­ IIlporaries of Gilgamesh, king ofUruk, who dates to around 2700 (DANE 128­ I) If we assume that each of the twenty-three kings ofKish were historical figures, Hl\Vcver mythically remembered, who ruled for an average of around twenty years II h, the entire period of Kish hegemony in Sumer would have lasted somewhat l\LT 400 years.

LIl1lcrian kingship with the gods. The later legend ofEtana gives a more detailed It count of this (MFM 189-202). :bitti Iseven warrior gods] barred the gates [of Kish] against armies. [The Al1ul1l1:1ki godsl barred diem against [other] settled peoples. rhe IWgl 19()dsl would p:ltrol the cicy, (MFM 190) EARLY DYNASTIC MESOPOTAMIA WARFARE IN THE ANCIENT NEAR EAST TO 1600 BC Enmebaragesi {c. 2700} (pI 18; C112:110) is said to have "plundered the weapons of the land ofElam" (KS 328; PAE 87) some 160 miles to the east.

Eanatum's first campaign was against his nearest rival, the city-state of Umma under their king Enakale. 21 The great war between Lagash and Umma is recorded in the longest and most detailed battle narrative of the Early Dynastic period. According tc Eanatum, the king ofUmma "acted haughtily" and broke the divinely established order by usurping the "Gu'edena", an agricultural region between Umma and Lagash. Eanatum observed the city ofUmma making military preparations to seize and retain control of this disputed agricultural land.

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