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Этот иллюстрированный определитель включает наиболее часто встречаемых и заметных птиц Мадагаскара, Маврикия, Сейшел и Коморских островов, то есть района со значительным уровнем эндемизма. Описание вида включает внешний вид птицы, поведение, предпочитаемые местообитания и географическое распространение. На каждый вид приходится целая страница книги, включая цветную фотографию, карту распространения и текст на английском и французском.
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25 One could deduce from this that the main objective was now to conquer and occupy some The First British Offensive 47 territory and to embark on a recruitment drive. The important operational objective to attack the railway line seems to have been put on the backburner. There is not much to relate in this chapter regarding the Cape southern front. After occupying the most important towns, General Schoeman, who in general proved himself to be an incompetent commander, realised that an advance in the direction of Noupoort and De Aar had become necessary.
The Boer republics could not be defeated without rendering the Boer forces harmless. The British, however, thought that they would be marching over the Boers with the aid of the three Cape railway lines and occupy Bloemfontein and Pretoria, after which all resistance would crumble. This expectation, of course, did not coincide with reality. We will be examining in due course how Lord Roberts had to amend the British operational planning in accordance with this reality. In any event, the whole direction of the advance along the railway lines constituted too direct an approach.
8 The operational wisdom of such a proposal is quite evident. 9 If they succeeded in disrupting Methuen’s supply lines at the Orange River or even to occupy De Aar, this would have made Methuen’s position on the Modder River untenable. Provided the manoeuvre was executed efﬁciently and was sustained, it could have put an end to the British presence north of the Orange River. 12 A council of war then discussed the matter. 18 That night they attempted to blow up the railway line, but the operation resulted in chaos because of bad co-ordination and the disobedience of a few men.
A Photographic Guide to the Birds of the Indian Ocean Islands: Madagascar, Mauritius, Seychelles, Reunion and the Comoros by Fanja Andriamialisoa, Visit Amazon's Ian Sinclair Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Ian Sinclair, , Olivier Langrand