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The most prized souvenir of two world wars, the official side-arms of some of the world's major powers and unofficial weapon of a dozen others, makes it one of the most highly coveted military and collectors' pieces of the last half century.
On these pages will be found a wealth of little-known and heretofore unpublished facts dating from the early days of the Borchardt, predecessor of the Luger, to the Walther P-38, which finally and inevitably superseded it.
She is thus an echo of the woman warrior's fierce virginal autonomy.
This book was printed in 1962 and it is good to have in addition to your Luger collection.
Kali's fierce appearances have been the subject of extensive descriptions in several earlier and modern works.
The goddess is not only the mysterious source of life, she is the very soil, all-creating and all consuming.
Kali makes her 'official' debut in the Devi-Mahatmya, where she is said to have emanated from the brow of Goddess Durga (slayer of demons) during one of the battles between the divine and anti-divine forces.
Included in the book are design sketches and letters from the U. The author admits that it is impossible to know the precise history of every model and variant made due to some records being destroyed or lost during both world wars.He had an opportunity in the 1950's to spend some time with Georg Luger's son to gather some historical information.Here at long last is a book relating for the first time the complete and authentic story behind the most famous automatic pistol of all times - Luger, Parabellum, P-.08.By whatever name it is known, there have probably been more of these pistols made and used, than of any other ever produced.
Though her fierce form is filled with awe- inspiring symbols, their real meaning is not what it first appears- they have equivocal significance: Kali's blackness symbolizes her all-embracing, comprehensive nature, because black is the color in which all other colors merge; black absorbs and dissolves them.
The worship of a mother goddess as the source of life and fertility has prehistoric roots, but the transformation of that deity into a Great goddess of cosmic powers was achieved with the composition of the Devi Mahatmya (Glory of the goddess), a text of the fifth to sixth century, when worship of the female principle took on dramatic new dimensions.