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"Airfix Magazine" Guide: Plastic Modelling No. 1 (Airfix magazine guide ; 1) by Gerald Scarborough1
Aircraft modeling. by Bryan Philpott2
" Airfix Magazine " Guide: Military Modelling No. 3 ('Airfix Magazine' guide) by Gerald Scarborough3
"Airfix Magazine" Guide: Napoleonic Wargaming No. 4 by Bruce Quarrie4
"Airfix Magazine" Guide: Tank and AFV Modelling No. 5 by Gerald Scarborough5
"Airfix Magazine" Guide: R.A.F.Fighters of the World War II No. 6 (Airfix magazine guide : 6) by Alan W. Hall6
"Airfix Magazine" Guide: Warship Modelling No. 7 by Peter Hodges7
German Tanks of World War 2 by Terry Gander8
Ancient Wargaming by Phil Barker9
Luftwaffe camouflage of World War 2 (Airfix Magazine guide ; 10) by Bryan Philpott10
R. A. F. Camouflage of World War 2 by Michael J.F. Bowyer11
Airfix Magazine Guide 12: Afrika Korps by Bruce Quarrie12
The French Foriegn Legion by Martin Windrow13
American Fighters of WWII by Alan W. Hall14
World War 2 Wargaming by Bruce Quarrie15
Airfix Magazine Guide 16 - Modelling Jet Fighters by Bryan Philpott16
British tanks of World War 2 (Airfix magazine guide ; 17) by Terry Gander17
USAAF Camouflage Of World War 2 by Jerry Scutts18
Model Soldiers by Martin Windrow19
Eighth Army in the Desert (Airfix Magazine Guide 20) by John Sandars20
"Airfix Magazine" Guide: Modelling Armoured Cars No. 21 (Airfix magazine guide ; 21) by Gerald Scarborough21
Russian tanks of World War 2 (Airfix magazine guide ; 22) by John Milsom22
German fighters of World War 2 (Airfix magazine guide ; 23) by Bryan Philpott23
American Civil War wargaming (Airfix magazine guide ; 24) by Terence Wise24
Modelling World War 2 fighters by Brian Philpott25
Airfix Magazine Guide 26: American Tanks of World War II by Terry Gander26
"Airfix Magazine" Guide: Modelling R.A.F. Vehicles No. 27 (Airfix magazine guide ; 27) by Gerald Scarborough27
The English Civil War by George Gush28

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