By B. J. Gray
Airco DH.2 - Windsock DataFile forty eight КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: - Airco DH.2 Автор: B. J. grey Издательство: – Albatros Productions Ltd.Серия: Windsock DataFile 19Год: 1994 Язык: английскийISBN: 0-948414-63-4Формат: pdfРазмер: 9.06 MbAlthoughtGeoffrey De Havilland's DH.2 used to be get pleasure from a few massive luck opposed to the Fokkermonoplane it used to be now not built in particular as a counter weapon to theEindecker, actually the 1st DH.2 prototype flew within the early summer time of 1915just because the first Fokkers have been attaining front. The DH.2 has a safe a spot within the annals of air warfare... eighty five
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He cleansed the sanctuary founded by David and attempted to restore the empire of his ancestor. He also exterminated the cult that Jeroboam had established at Bethel. Thus Josiah is also linked with the other major theme in Kings, Jeroboam's sin. The two themes of threat and promise converge on the Josianic reform. According to Cross, the DH may be described as a propaganda work of the Josianic reformation and imperial program. It summons the North to recognize the claims of the Davidic monarchy upon all Israel and to return to Judah and to YHWH'S shrine in Jerusalem.
Of Ahaz's successor Hezekiah it is stated in 2 Kgs. 18:4a: manrrnx Ton Sin. The Hiph'il conjugation TOPI ties this passage to the other man-references, which all except 2 Kgs. 16:4a contain the phrase mann 1~ID"KI7. 2 Kgs. e. a form of "no). The difference in the terminology used to refer to the same event suggests that a redactional break occurs after 2 Kgs. 18:4a. Since 2 Kgs. 18:4a is the obvious climax of a theme that was introduced in 1 Kgs. W. 106 This scholar, who like Weippert seeks to clarify the compositional history of Kings by an analysis of the judgment formulae, focuses his attention on the HIOD and David themes.
The change in terminology is significant. Kuenen now refers to both redactions of Kings as deuteronomic redactions, thus indicating that their main characteristics are not their prophetic orientation, but rather their dtr. 58 By focusing on the dtr. passages of the pre-exilic redaction and the exilic reworking, Kuenen tries to differentiate between these redactions. All passages which may be dated between the fall of Samaria and the fall of Jerusalem are attributed to the first edition. These are: 1 Kgs.
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