Fokker Eindecker in action by D. Edgar Brannon

By D. Edgar Brannon

This booklet covers Fokker's early years and his creation of varied models of / the Fokker Eindecker sequence, the E.I, E.II, E.III, and E.IV. those plane / brought a brand new size to conflict - air strive against. / / comprises: "Fokker Eindecker In Action," through D Edgar Brannon - 50 Pages / / gains: / **Color: Don Greer Illustrator: J Sewell & R Toepfer / **Brief historical past lesson (Antony Fokker and his early years) / **Black and White photos w/captions (brief description of every photo) / **Diagrams and requirements of the various planes / **Includes images of Fokker monoplanes (M.6, M.5, and the M.8 (AI) / **Planes flown through the German army / 2/6/96sk

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13 The others struggle to survive in the forests of south Kivu. According to humanitarian workers, these people are destitute: “They don’t have anything human except the shape of a body. 5 million people have been displaced internally by a conflict that has been going on for decades; nearly 80 per cent are women and children. 15 Human rights organizations that we met with in Colombia told us that the paramilitaries were responsible for the majority of forced displacement in the country. ” 16 For those internally displaced who have access to camps, provisions are minimal.

21 Because of women’s physiology, they are vulnerable to vitamin and iron deficiencies that affect their health and energy levels as well as their pregnancies. Iron deficiency anaemia is a serious health condition for women of reproductive age and can be fatal for pregnant women. A study among Somali refugees indicated that up to 70 per cent of women of reproductive age were anaemic, probably caused by a lack of iron in the diet or by malaria, which depletes the body’s stores of iron. 8 per cent rate of scurvy (vitamin C deficiency) among women of child-bearing age, 23 caused by lack of fruits and vegetables, which in turn may be related to the poor status of women and the preferential feeding of men and boys.

Those complicit must be held accountable for trafficking women and girls in or through conflict areas. Existing international laws on trafficking must be applied in conflict situations and national legislation should criminalize trafficking with strong punitive measures, including such actions as freezing the assets of trafficking rings. Victims of trafficking should be protected from prosecution. 3. Domestic violence to be recognized as systematic and widespread in conflict and post-conflict situations and addressed in humanitarian, legal and security responses and training in emergencies and post-conflict reconstruction.

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