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Army uniforms of World War 2 by Andrew Mollo
Army Uniforms of World War I: European and United States Armies and Aviation Services by Andrew Mollo
Army Uniforms Since 1945 by Digby Smith
Cavalry uniforms, including other mounted troops of Britain and the Commonwealth, in colour by Robert Wilkinson-Latham
German Army Uniforms and Insignia 1933-1945 by Brian L. Davis
German Uniforms of the Third Reich 1933-1945 by Brian Leigh Davis
Indians Of North America by Geoffrey Turner
Infantry uniforms, including artillery and other supporting corps of Britain and the Commonwealth, 1855-1939, in color by Robert Wilkinson-Latham
Infantry uniforms, including artillery and other supporting troops of Britain and the Commonwealth, 1742-1855, in color by Robert Wilkinson-Latham
Medieval Military Dress, 1066-1500 (Blandford Colour Series) by Christopher Rothero
Uniforms of the American Revolution in Color by John Mollo
Uniforms of the Civil War: In Color by Philip J. Haythornthwaite
Uniforms of the Elite Forces: Including the SAS and United States Special Forces by Leroy Thompson
Uniforms of the Imperial Russian Army by Boris Mollo
Uniforms of the Napoleonic wars in colour, 1796-1814 by Jack Cassin-Scott
Uniforms of the Retreat from Moscow 1812 by Philip J. Haythornthwaite
Uniforms of the Soldiers of Fortune by Leroy Thompson
Uniforms of Waterloo: 16-18 June 1815 by Philip J. Haythornthwaite
World Uniforms and Battles, 1815-50 (Colour) by Philip J. Haythornthwaite

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