Humpty Dumpty and Other Rhymes by Iona Opie, Rosemary Wells

By Iona Opie, Rosemary Wells

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Resized and that includes new covers, those shiny board books according to MY first actual mom GOOSE, the award-winning modern-day vintage, carry undying poems to the youngest childrens. all of the 4 spell binding board books includes 8 favourite rhymes accumulated of their so much ideal shape through folklorist Iona Opie. each rhyme is observed by means of the incomparable paintings of Rosemary Wells, illustrations that the recent YORK occasions publication assessment known as "irresistible." huge letters and durable board pages make those treasures quintessential for any nursery.

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Military personnel were recalled from Christmas leave and flown to Darwin. Women with children were given first priority, men followed later. A Qantas Boeing 747 set a record for the most passengers ever crammed onto an aircraft. By 31 December more than 35 000 people had been evacuated — two-thirds by air, the rest by road. Major General Stretton instituted a pass system. Nobody could enter Darwin without one. The 10 000 people remaining, mostly men, were engaged on cleaning up A small portion of the damage done to Darwin on Christmas Day 1974 Evacuees in an RAAF Hercules aircraft on their way to the south 30 getting around The early 1970s saw numerous highly powerful cars on the market.

On the advice of health officials it was decided to reduce the population to 10 000 people. Within hours a massive evacuation was under way. Air Force and civilian aircraft were drafted in. Military personnel were recalled from Christmas leave and flown to Darwin. Women with children were given first priority, men followed later. A Qantas Boeing 747 set a record for the most passengers ever crammed onto an aircraft. By 31 December more than 35 000 people had been evacuated — two-thirds by air, the rest by road.

Eventually Mitsubishi bought out Chrysler Australia. In the 1970s Qantas operated only on international routes. It had been successfully flying the Boeing 707 for more than a decade and planned to continue doing so. At this point Boeing put the much larger 747 on the market. Pan American Airways immediately ordered 25 of the new jets, forcing Qantas and many other airlines to do the same. The first Pan Am 747 service to Sydney arrived in October 1970. Qantas 747 services began one year later. Initially the 747 was a disaster for airlines.

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