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Labor Political doctrine that defends the improvement of the social and economic conditions of the workers. Labor is a stream of ideas that lies in the left field and is close to socialism. However, it does not intend to replace capitalist society with a socialist society. It seeks only to create conditions for workers to live in dignity, receiving good wages and enjoying state protection.
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Kawasaki Ki-61 'Tony' from below

Kawasaki Ki-61 & 39;Tony& 39; from below Here we see the Kawasaki Ki-61 & 39;Tony& 39; from below, showing its tapering wings with curved tips, and the inline engine that originally convinced the Allies it was a copy of Italian or German fighter.
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Republic P-47N Thunderbolt from the Front

Republic P-47N Thunderbolt from the Front This frontal view of a Republic P-47N Thunderbolt shows the aircraft carrying two under-wing fuel tanks, which combined with the extra fuel carried in its longer wings added greatly to its range.
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Did the Dauntless Dive-Bomber Decide the Battle of Midway?

The Douglas SBD Dauntless was the United States Navy’s standard carrier-borne dive-bomber at the beginning of the Pacific War. She was a single-engine monoplane and had first entered service with the fleet in 1941.She had only a moderate performance and could be armed with a single bomb below the main fuselage (either a 500lb when she was acting a Scouting aircraft or a 1,000lb weapon in her main role), carried on a swing-out crutch to clear the propeller.
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Marica transport - History

MaricaA merchant name retained.(Transport: dp. 18,680 (f.) ; 1. 473& 39;7& 34;; b. 60& 39;; s. 14.5 k.)Marica, a transport built by Sun Shipbuilding Co., Chester, Pa., in 1919 for Luckenbach Steamship Co., was taken over and commissioned by the Navy 9 June 1919. After transatlantic service returning the AEF from France, she was transferred to the War Department 12 September 1919.
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