Series: Europa Militaria Special

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American Civil War Recreated in Color Photographs (Europa Militaria) by Glen Marston01
The Roman Legions Recreated in Colour Photographs by Daniel Peterson02
Vietnam: Us Uniforms in Colour Photographs (Europa Militaria, 13) by Kevin Lyles03
The English Civil War Recreated in Colour Photographs by Chris Honeywell04
Wellington's Army Recreated in Colour Photographs by Neil Leonard05
The Vikings Recreated in Colour Photographs by Nurmann/Schulze06
World War II British Women's Uniforms by Martin Brayley07
Medieval Military Costume: Europa Militaria Special No. 8 by Gerry Embleton08
German Napoleonic Armies: Recreated in Colour Photographs by Torsten Verhülsdonk09
Napoleon's Line Cavalry Recreated in Colour Photographs by Stephen E. Maughan10
Napoleon's Line Infantry and Artillery: Recreated in Colour Photographs by Stephen E. Maughan11
Napoleon's Imperial Guard: Recreated in Colour Photographs by Stephen E. Maughan12
Army Panzer Uniforms in Colour Photographs (EMS 13) by Wade Krawczyk13
The Samurai: Recreated in Colour Photographs by Mitsuo Kure14
French Foreign Legion Operations 1990-2000 (Europa Militaria Special No 15) by Yves Debay15
Confederate Troops of the American Civil War: 0 (Europa Militaria Special) by Jonathan Sutherland16
Union Troops of the American Civil War (Europa Militaria Special No.17): 0 by Jonathan Sutherland17

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Full-colour photographic paperback reference books on a range of armies from Roman times up to the twentieth century. Essential reading for collectors, re-enactors, modellers, illustrators, and military historians. Published by The Crowood Press, UK.

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