Air aces of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, 1914-1918 by Martin O'Connor

By Martin O'Connor

Whole biographies of all forty nine brave aces of the twin Monarchy.

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As this perspective is operationalized in the work of the Cultural Evolutionists and indeed within the new archaeology, it is neither scientific, nor evolutionary in the Darwinian sense. For the most part, generalizations offered by the Cultural Evolutionists are constructed such as to be untestable; methodological empiricism is not a component of the framework. The lack of testability is a product of the fact that the premier concerns of the paradigm relate directly to the concept culture, an abstraction not amenable to scientific study (Dunnell 1980).

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