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By Michael J. Hemsch

This two-volume set comprises discussions of the physics of the fluid mechanics phenomena linked to tactical missile flight and the whole variety of prediction equipment required to investigate present and destiny missiles. Its a necessary source for missile aerodynamicists, designers, and researchers.

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Indeed, these techniques were invoked by the Dutch themselves when their control was challenged. indonesiaâ•… 27 The first two centuries of Dutch domination of the East Indies (1602–1798) involved only modest changes in coercive and administrative institutions. Like its counterpart in British India, the Dutch United East Indian Company had a potent but relatively small military arm. 6 Indonesia’s kingdoms retained the shape of a mandala; different strata in the political hierarchy possessed different amounts of power, but they were functionally undifferentiated.

In some cities, PKI cadres worked with members of the underworld to organize pickets and strikes. Communist inroads alarmed both the Dutch and the Indonesian aristocracy. The Islamic leadership identified communism as a rival to religious orthodoxy. The Dutch administration and the regents encouraged local clerics to recruit their own bands of local toughs and gangs to disrupt PKI meetings, destroy the homes and property of its members, and target its leaders for intimidation and assassination.

24 The Indonesian revolution consisted of an untold multitude of violent engagements, acts of varying severity and levels of coordination. 25 After the surrender announcement, some Japanese units tried to maintain law and order until the Allies arrived. Others simply retired to their barracks, abandoning their weapons to the locals either willingly or under duress. Amsterdam lobbied the Allies to establish a European presence in Java quickly to quash the uprising but to no avail. Looting, rioting, and assassinations targeted the indigenous Sino-Indonesian landlords, Europeans imprisoned in concentration camps, and the beleaguered Japanese.

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