Series: Cassell - The Military Classics Collection

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Goshawk Squadron by Derek Robinson1
Last Days of the Reich: The Collapse of Nazi Germany, May 1945 by James Lucas2
Full Circle by J. E. Johnson3
The Small Back Room by Nigel Balchin4
The Dambusters Raid by John Sweetman5
Cassell Military Classics: Against All Odds!: Dramatic Last Stand Actions by Bryan Perrett6
Military Errors of World War Two by Kenneth Macksey7
Military Mavericks: Extraordinary Men of Battle by David Rooney8
Kamikaze: Japan's Suicide Samurai by Raymond Lamont-Brown9
Cassell Military Classics: The Battle of Britain: Dowding and the First Victory 1940 by John Ray10

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