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   PART  ONE      CONTENTS  --------------------3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
SELFREALISATION
                          AND DIRECTION
                   FOR THE ADOLESCENT

     PART  TWO   CONTENTS  ---------------------59

                         MANIFESTATIONS
                          OF AWARENESS


      PART THREE   CONTENTS -----------------104


                             PHILOSOPHICAL

CONTENTS        PART ONE.
BOLD  =  MAIN  TITLES.
REGULAR  =  SUB  TITLES.
----------------------------------------------------------------PAGE
FORWARD -----------------------------------------------------4
INTELLECTUALITY -----------------------------------------8
DEDICATION --------------------------------------------------9
COMPARATIVE INSIGHTS------------------------------10
SUMMARY------------------------------------------------------16
SELF REALISATION FOR THE ADOLESCENT-19
YOU CAN DO IT FOR YOU-------------------------------27
THE POWER OF THE MIND'S POTENTIAL-------30
BECOMING SKILFUL----------------------------------------32
SUMMING THINGS UP-------------------------------------34
UNCONDITIONAL---------------------------------------------35
OBSERVANCE------------------------------------------------36
UNKNOWN FACTORS--------------------------------------36
INCORRECT KNOWLEDGE---------------------------36-37
HOW HONEST ARE WE------------------------------------37
SUMMARY   ----------------------------------------------------39
ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES------------------------41
PREFERENCES----------------------------------------------42
CONDITION YOUR OWN MIND---------------------------44
DO-GOODERS------------------------------------------------47
FUNCTIONS OF THE MIND-------------------------------49
QUESTIONING OUR CONCEPTS----------------------49
LOWERING THE BARRIERS---------------------------53                                            
PHYSICAL AND SPIRITUAL WHOLENESS---------53
REVIEWING THE WHOLE---------------------------------55
FORWARD

IN REFERENCE TO THE
PECULIARITIES OF HUMAN
BEHAVIOUR.

It may be unlikely that many people will  benefit from these notes.  It will probably go in one ear
and out the other,  and they will go on in much the same way as before.  One may have too many other
things to do; can't be bothered; fail to understand it; find it boring, or one may fail to see any importance in
it. (SAD).  This is so typical of human beings in action. But there will be exceptions who can perceive that
the conceptions of the mind will expand if the will to seek wisdom is cultivated; and by the use of practice,
the application of self controlled expression will consequently become more and more effective.
At times, we may all feel annoyed by the frustrating fact that humans are so reluctant to absorb
new concepts or to extend their present ones.  How people already express, seems to be their dominating
feature, and their static mental status disallows them from thinking or expressing any differently.
What we were conditioned to be as children, will predominate in our expressions as adults.  This is
the bone of contention that should attract our most intense contemplation.
The adverse side and the shortcomings of humans are usually the most obvious and observed
features that we see in each other, but we are somewhat reluctant to see many if any adverse traits or
failings in ourselves.  How we see others is an external observation, but how we see ourselves is only
speculation based on what we think we are.
 Our minds seem to support and defend our own reasoning and actions.
Most of the subject matter in these notes delve into the adverse or negative side of human
behaviour, so highlighting the aspects that we should become aware of.  From this, some people may derive
an insight that may lead them towards a better understanding of human behaviour, and how to develop the
wisdom to direct their own.  It is the control of our own behaviour within the influences around us that
determines the outcome.  We should not try to control others in an attempt to determine an end, but to learn
to control ourselves, and to do this regardless of the intrinsic obstacles and any brain conditioning to the
contrary that may impede us.
Most people react from some inner compulsion; this may be partly due to the conditioned state of
our conceptions, and partly from inherent genetic traits.
Generally, people do know how to conduct themselves, but they are seldom able to apply what
they know; this results from the fact that the mind becomes occupied by the situations of the moment, and
what we know about self control becomes buried or swamped, and is not at this time available to the
awareness, therefore it can not be used when it is needed, so resulting in inappropriate expression.
Ironically, if our expressions are challenged, then we may instantly defend ourselves or self-justify
and develop bad attitudes.  There seems to be no avenue  from which this peculiar trait can be modified.  
Most of us just go on going on.  We remain somewhat benighted, (hold on to outworn traditions, views,
ideas and principles), but few of us do anything about it.
The text herein is an endeavour to awaken the awareness of young people and also adults to the
powers of the mind, and to outline the benefits that this may have on the quality of life within the home and
within society.  Many books which are written on this subject, tell you what to do, or give examples based
on individual dilemmas, where the solutions may only apply for this individual. This book attempts to
provide guidance as food for thought, from which you can expand your own concepts and decide your ... more

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P-51 Mustang w/ WWII
The effects of the P-51 Mustang in World War II

  The Effect of the North American P-51 Mustang On the Air War in
Europe

                                    by

                             David Buckingham
                            stu950495@gcc.edu

                         IBH 20th Century History
                               Mr. Peloquin
                         George Mason High School
                          Falls Church, Virginia

                              March 27, 1995

     [Unfortunately, we don't have a digitized image of this photo.]

                             [Photo caption]

 Harry R. Ankeny, Jr., the author's grandfather, with his P-51,
"Betsy,"
  (named for the author's grandmother) at the end of his combat tour on
                             August 16, 1944.

                                 Abstract

This paper deals with the contributions of the P-51 Mustang to the
eventual
victory of the Allies in Europe during World War II. It describes the
war
scene in Europe before the P-51 was introduced, traces the development
of
the fighter, its advantages, and the abilities it was able to contribute
to
the Allies' arsenal. It concludes with the effect that the P-51 had on
German air superiority, and how it led the destruction of the Luftwaffe.
The thesis is that: it was not until the advent of the North American
P-51
Mustang fighter, and all of the improvements, benefits, and side effects
that it brought with it, that the Allies were able to achieve air
superiority over the Germans.

This paper was inspired largely by my grandfather, who flew the P-51 out
of
Leiston, England, during WW II and contributed to the eventual Allied
success that is traced in this paper. He flew over seventy missions
between
February and August 1944, and scored three kills against German
fighters.

                            Table of Contents

Introduction
Reasons for the Pre-P-51 Air Situation
The Pre-P-51 Situation
The Allied Purpose in the Air War
The Battle at Schweinfurt
The Development of the P-51
The Installation of the Merlin Engines
Features, Advantages, and Benefits of the P-51
The P-51's Battle Performance
The Change in Policy on Escort Fighter Function
P-51's Disrupt Luftwaffe Fighter Tactics
P-51's Give Bombers Better Support
Conclusion
Works Cited

                               Introduction

On September 1, 1939, the German military forces invaded Poland to begin
World War II. This invasion was very successful because of its use of a
new
military strategic theory -- blitzkrieg. Blitzkrieg, literally
"lightning
war," involved the fast and deadly coordination of two distinct forces,
the
Wermacht and the Luftwaffe. The Wermacht advanced on the ground, while
the
Luftwaffe destroyed the enemy air force, attacked enemy ground forces,
and
disrupted enemy communication and transportation systems. This setup was
responsible for the successful invasions of Poland, Norway, Western
Europe,
the Balkans and the initial success of the Russian invasion. For many
years
after the first of September, the air war in Europe was dominated by the
Luftwaffe. No other nation involved in the war had the experience,
technology, or numbers to challenge the Luftwaffe's superiority. It was
not
until the United States joined the war effort that any great harm was
done
to Germany and even then, German air superiority remained unscathed. It
was
not until the advent of the North American P-51 Mustang fighter, and all
of
the improvements, benefits, and side effects that it brought with it,
that
the Allies were able to achieve air superiority over the Germans.

                  Reasons for the Pre-P-51 Air Situation

The continued domination of the European skies by the Luftwaffe was
caused
by two factors, the first of which was the difference in military theory
between the Luftwaffe and the Royal Air Force. The theories concerning
the
purpose and function of the Luftwaffe and RAF were exactly opposite and
were a result of their experiences in World War I. During WW I, Germany
attempted a strategic bombing effort directed against England using
Gothas
(biplane bombers) and Zeppelins (slow-moving hot-air balloons) which did
not give much of a result. This, plus the fact that German military
theory
at the beginning of WW II was based much more on fast quick results
(Blitzkrieg), meant that Germany decided not to develop a strategic air
force. The Luftwaffe had experienced great success when they used
tactical
ground-attack aircraft in Spain (i.e. at Guernica), and so they figured
that their air force should mainly consist of this kind of planes. So
Germany made the Luftwaffe a ground support force that was essentially
an
extension of the army and functioned as a long- range, aerial artillery.
The RAF, on the other hand, had experimented with ground-attack fighters
during WW I, and had suffered grievous casualty rates. This, combined
with
the fact that the British had been deeply enraged and offended by the
German Gotha and Zeppelin attacks on their home soil, made them
determined
to develop a strategic air force that would be capable of bombing German
soil in the next war. Thus, at the beginning of WW II, the RAF was
mostly a
strategic force that consisted of heavy bombers and backup fighters, ... more

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