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In the language dominant there at the time, it was called something like Trillia, which thus became its name in League Latin. Such concentration on research and development had necessarily been at the expense of production and exploitation. The Trillians could not purchase Terran starships, so they slowly researched how to make their own crude ships. In some cases they also expressed a sense of comradeship with officers they respected as tough leaders and men who had shared the hardships of the campaign with them. And even in the spacious terms of the Polesotechnic League, they lived at the far end of a long haul. First it called briefly at a neighboring star, on one of whose planets were intelligent beings that had developed a promising set of civilizations. One fine day a Trillian named Witweet is kidnapped at blaster-point by some Terran criminals, who want his aid in stealing a crude Trillian starship.) Needless to say, Sandeman and his gallant Sikhs were all killed before the could get within slashing distance. The speakers of that language were undergoing their equivalent of the First Industrial Revolution, and eager to leap into the modern age. In recent centuries, for instance, primitive people who found themselves fighting Westerners did their damndest to obtain Western weapons. In the wars of the Peruvian Indians against the Conquistadores, many Indian chiefs went into battle wearing armor looted from dead Spaniards. hunting, fishing, sailing a sailboat, riding a horse, fighting with swords, shooting a bow, or throwing a javelin). Nor will they go galumphing around on thoats, gawrs, drals, or other beasts of burden when the equivalents of automobiles and airplanes are available. In the process, they committed terrible abuses against those who inhabited the lands through which they marched. These expressions should not be interpreted as demonstrating some sort of organic loyalty to the German Empire, however. for example, sang marching songs that celebrated the Kaiser and Germany’s military prowess and strength. Those who managed to survive and stayed on with their colonial military organisations did so because they expected their service to set them up for success after the war. “Dog your hatch!” The vocalizer made meaningless noises and Harker realized he had shouted in Anglic. Colonial officers’ memoirs are rife with observations indicating that their troops did in fact feel some sense of loyalty to the empires they served. The desire for futures with families, elevated social status, economic security, and professional pride motivated many African men to stay and fight even under the harshest conditions. One of our awkward, lumbering, fragile, unreliable prototype ships—when you came in a vessel representing centuries of advancement—? The port was like nothing in Technic civilization, unless on the remotest, least visited of outposts. After all, the Trillians had gone in a bare fifty years from propeller-driven aircraft to interstellar spaceships. They ignored Paradox, which had nothing to make a profit on, but investigated the inhabited globe in the nearby system. Living off the land—a longstanding method of provisioning in the colonial way of war—became the solution for soldiers in all the colonial armies. mens dress trench coat trench coat black men boiled wool coat mens trench coat with belt suede coat classic womens trench coat trench coats ladies long wool coats women trench coat spring trench overcoat tan trench coats black mac coat men blue trench coats ladies long trench coats coats uk fleece coat trench dress coat womens long black trench coat red trench coats for women long black mens trench coat trench coats for petite women trench coat women long leather trench coat men for sale trench coat sale women fitted trench coat men fashion trench coats white mens trench coat brown coats for women gore tex trench coat black overcoat mens

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