Commonwealth Boomerang Described by Geoffrey. Pentland

By Geoffrey. Pentland

The CAC Boomerang used to be an international battle II fighter plane designed and synthetic in Australia among 1942 and 1945. The Commonwealth plane company gave Boomerangs the version numbers CA-12, CA-13, CA-14 and CA-19. The Boomerang is important because the first wrestle plane designed and inbuilt Australia.

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In the absolute. Zemstvos the Ukrainian majority was almost It was not altogether so in the Town Dumas (municipal councils). At Kiev, where the population is very mixed, the Ukrainians only obtained a quarter of - — 27 — the seats. In the smaller towns, where the Ukrainian population is proportionately higher, the Ukrainians had the relative majority (40 or 45 per cent. Ukrainians, 30 per cent. Jews, 15 or 20 per cent. Russians, and in the western villages a certain percentage of Poles). (f) The Constituent Assemblies.

The elections for the Galician Diet were carried out conditions still more unfavourable for the under Ukrainian party. In Northern Bukovina the situation v,'as practically the same as in Galicia. In Hungarian Ukraine it was still worse. Thus the situation was difificult enough in AustriaHungary, but in Russia under the yoke of the Tsars it was unbearable. The existence for a long time of a national school in Galicia and in Bukovina, and the fact of the population being accustomed to taking part in the has given to the inhabitants of thc^e an education and patriotic determination that the inhabitants of Eastern Ukraine, held under the most rigorous suppression until 1917, have been unable to political struggles, districts acquire.

It expelled the Austrian officials as well as the military authorities. It recognised the rights of the Polish and Jewish minorities. For a long time the desire of all the Ukrainians has been to be united in a single State. But the realisation of this great national desire was made impossible until iqiç owing to the Austrian and Polish opposition. But on January 4, 1919, the National Council of the Western Republic, in expressing the earnest will of the people, was at last able to proclaim the union of the two Republics.

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