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Armour in Profile No. 1: British Tank Mark IV by John Foley1
Armour in Profile No. 2: PanzerKampfwagen VI Tiger 1(H) by Peter Chamberlain2
M.4 A3 E8 Sherman (Armour in profile) by Peter Chamberlain3
Armour in Profile No. 4: T.3 Christie by Peter Chamberlain4
Cromwell Mk.4 by James Bingham5
Armour in Profile No. 6: M.24 Chaffee by Robert Icks6
A7V sturmpanzerwagen (Armour in profile) by John Foley7
Armour in Profile No. 8: PanzerKampfwagen IV (F2) by Walter J. Spielberger8
Russian T-34/76 by J.M. Brereton9
Chenillette Lorraine (Armour In Profile 10) by Pierre Touzin10
Armour in Profile No. 11: Light Tank Mk. VII Tetrarch by Peter Chamberlain11
AMX.13 by Walter J. Spielberger12
Armour in Profile Number 13, Renault F.T. by Pierre Touzin13
Fiat-Ansaldo M 13/40 by Nicola Pignato14
Infantry Tank Mk. II Matilda by James Bingham15
Carden Loyd Mk. VI by Stevenson Pugh16
Armour in Profile No. 17: M.3 Half-Track APC by B. H. Vanderveen17
Hanomag Sd.Kfz 251/1 APC (Armour in profile) by Walter Spielberger18
Armour in Profile No. 19: Tank Mark VIII "The International" by Peter Chamberlain19
Armour in Profile No. 20: Panzerjäger Tiger (P) Elefant by Walter J. Spielberger20
SU85 and SU100 Tank Destroyer by E. F Offord21
Armour in Profile No. 22: Japanese Light Tank Type 95 Kyu-go by Peter Chamberlain22
Centurion 5 (Armour in profile) by Michael Norman23
Armour in Profile No. 24: M.47 Patton by Robert J. Icks24

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