Series: Allied Axis

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Allied - Axis, The Photo Journal of the Second World War, Issue 4 (Articles on the M18 Hellcat Tank Destroyer, M32B1 Sherman Recovery Vehicle, Panzer "Sturer Emil". 7.5cm Gebrigsjager 36, 10cm Leichtgeschutz 40, 40/2) by Patrick Stansell4
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Allied - Axis, The Photo Journal of the Second World War, Issue 6 (Articles on Sd.Kfz. II 3-ton Halftrack, Tigers at the by Allied-Axis6
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Allied - Axis, The Photo Journal of the Second World War, Issue 7 (Articles on German 10.5cm Gun, Panther at the Front, by Allied-Axis7
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Allied-Axis 15. M24 Chaffe Light Tank15
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Allied Axis 17 by David Doyle17
Allied Axis 18. by Pat Stansell18
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Allied - Axis 021 The Photo Journal of the Second World War by Patrick Stansell21
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Allied-Axis: The Photo Journal Of The Second World War Issue 27 by Pat Stansell27
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Allied Axis 29 M3/M3A1 Light Tank29
Allied-Axis, No. 30 by Pat Stansell30
Allied-Axis 32 by Pat Stansell32
Allied-Axis, the Photo Journal of the Second World War: No. 33: S35 Somua in French and German Service by David Doyle33

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