By Giorgio Apostolo
;Savoia MarchettiS.M.81[Aircraft Profile 146] КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: Savoia MarchettiS.M.81 Автор: Giorgio Apostolo Серия: airplane Profile 146 Издательство: Profile guides Ltd Год издания: 1967 Страниц:16 Формат: PDF в rarЯзык: английский Размер: 9.34 Мб Для сайта: Мир книг Трехмоторный бомбардировщик S.M.81 был разработан в 1934 году на базе транспортного S.M.73 и производился серийно до 1937, когда его стали заменять на более совершенный S.M.79. Свою боевую карьеру самолет начал в Эфиопии, затем повоевал в Испании, и оставался на вооружении итальянских ВВС в начале Второй мировой войны ifolder.ru.com zero
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M Abu Shama, (Be irut) , II , 82, 99; 'Uyun, II , 144 , 158, 186. :i (d. 1257) says that Qadi al-Fadil was absent fro m the battle fo r the conquest of J e rusale m due 10 a sic kness which kepi him in Dam ascus. See, Mira '( ai-lammi, (Hyderbad , 195 1), VIII , pt,l, 398. &I Maqrizi, Kitab fll-Suillk, (cd) M. M. Ziada (n. , n. d ), I, pt, l , 143 , 156-7, 177, 198. M Ibn Khallikan, III , 162. 24 CHA PTE R ONE benefits of his high position and fame . He was a rich man wh o used his wealth to sustain his interest in learning and for phi Jan.
How he himse lf enLered into Saladin's service and the record of Saladin's life year by year. 89 Ibn Khallikan in his M For example, ' Imad ai-Din mentions that Qadi al-Fadil helped him to secure an adeq uate financial su pport from Saladin. See, a l-Bundari . 212. 86 AI-Bundari, 236; Richter-Bernburg, K Funken~ , XXII(1991), 128-31. Bundari, 198-9; Sibt ibn al:Jawzi , ( I-Iyderabad, 1952), VIII, pl,2, 505. R. Cibb, MAI_ Barq al-Shami: T he HiSlory of Saladin by the Kalib ' Imad ai-Din al_lsfahanift, Wiener Ztitst:hrijt II;r dill KU11lill dtlS Mo~lancills.
In COlllrast to ' lm ad ai-Din and Ibn Shaddad whose educatio n and careers brought them to live in many parts of the Middle East, Qadi al-Fadilleft Egypt on ly on trips in the sClvice ofSaJadin an d for th e pilgrimage to the Holy Ci ti es of Arabia. Qadi al-Fadil's exact adm inistrative duties in Egypt are not emirdy clear. 56 Beside this remark very Iiule concrete inform ation is available. Yaqut says th at Qadi a l-Fad i! was above suc h things as concern in g himself with the title of vizier.