Ex-pilot Jeff Rees describes in the book how, on an aborted BSAA
flight, he had been on a full power climb over the Andes yet was losing altitude at 150m per minute.
(20.) Boy Scouts of America 1981 Annual Report (BSAA
), cited in Sleutelberg, "A Critical History," z.
Boletin del Seminarlo de Estudios de Arte y Arqueologia (BSAA
), no 45, 535-540.
L.: <<Acerca de unas inscripciones de Poza de la Sal>>, BSAA
42, 1976, pp.
Longford appointed new chairmen for BOAC (joining BSAA
with it) as well as for BEA (Sir Sholto Douglas, who had previously been Governor of the British Sector).
Iris was one of 11 people who died when the BSAA
passenger plane crashed in 1947.
And on Monday, February 16, 1948 - without the required nursing training or obligatory French and Spanish - I donned the frumpy blue uniform of a British South American Airways (BSAA
(2008), "Moldes de fundicion de las Edades del Bronce y del Hierro en la submeseta norte espanola", BSAA
arqueologia, LXXIV, Universidad de Valladolid, 49-73.
J., "El escultor Sebastian de Salinas y las pervivencias siloesco-vigarnianas en los anos centrales del siglo XV", Boletin del Seminario de Estudios de Arte y Arqueologia (BSAA
-- <<Organizaciones suprafamiliares en la Hispania antigua (II)>>, BSAA
47, 1981, pp.
El yacimiento de Las Lagunillas (Aldeamayor de San Martin, Valladolid)", BSAA
, LXXVI, pp.
A three-on-three basketball tournament and three-point shootout, organised by the BSAA
, are to be held.