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Afrika-Korps: Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives by Ian Baxter
Aircraft Carriers of the United States Navy: Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives by Michael Green
Allied Tanks of the Second World War by Michael Green
American Wheeled Armored Fighting Vehicles by Michael Green
Armoured Warfare From the Riviera to the Rhine 1944-1945 by Anthony Tucker-Jones
Armoured Warfare in the Arab-Israeli Conflicts (Images of War) by Anthony Tucker-Jones
Armoured Warfare in the Battle for Normandy (Images of War) by Anthony Tucker-Jones
Armoured Warfare in the North African Campaign (Images of War) by Anthony Tucker-Jones
Armoured Warfare in the Vietnam War: Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives (Images of War) by Michael Green
Axis Tanks of the Second World War (Images of War) by Michael Green
BATTLE OF THE BULGE (Images of War) by Andrew Rawson
Battleships of the United States Navy (Images of War) by Michael Green
Berlin: Victory in Europe by Nik Cornish
BLITZKRIEG IN THE WEST (Images of War) by Ian Baxter
BRITISH TANKS: The Second World War (Images of War) by Pat Ware
The Central Powers on the Russian Front 1914 - 1918 (Images of War) by David Bilton
Combat Aircraft of the United States Air Force (Images of War) by Michael Green
THE CRUSHING OF POLAND (Images of War) by Ian Baxter
FINAL DAYS OF THE REICH (Images of War) by Ian Baxter
GERMAN ARMY ON THE WESTERN FRONT 1917 - 1918 (Images of War) by David Bilton
GERMAN GUNS OF THE THIRD REICH (Images of War Series) by Ian Baxter
Germans at Arras (Images of War) by David Bilton
GERMANS IN FLANDERS 1914 - 1915, THE (Images of War) by David Bilton
THE GERMANS IN FLANDERS 1917 - 1918 (Images of War) by David Bilton
GERMANS ON THE SOMME (Images of War) by David Bilton
Hitler's Panzers (Images of War) by Ian Baxter
Hitler's Defeat on the Eastern Front by Ian Baxter
Hitler's Headquarters 1939 -1945 by Ian Baxter
Hitler's Tank Killer: Sturmgeschütz at War 1940-1945 by Hans Seidler
IMAGES OF WAR - D-DAY: Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives by Francis Crosby
Leningrad: Hero City (Images of War) by Nik Cornish
Luftwaffe in World War II: Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives (Images of War) by Francis Crosby
M1 Abrams Tank (Images of War) by Michael Green
PANZER III AT WAR 1939 - 1945 (Images of War) by Paul Thomas
PANZER-DIVISIONS AT WAR 1939-1945: Images of War Series (Images of War) by Ian Baxter
Partisan Warfare on the Eastern Front 1941-1944 (Images of War) by Nik Cornish
Patton Tanks (Images of War) by Michael Green
Russian Armour in the Second World War (Images of War) by Michael Green
SHERMAN TANK (Images of War) by Gavin Birch
Stalingrad: Victory on the Volga by Nik Cornish
The U-Boat War: Rare Photographs for Wartime Archives by Ian Baxter
United States Infantry Weapons of the Second World War: Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives (Images of War) by Michael Green
United States Naval Aviation 1911-2014 (Images of War) by Michael Green
Victory in Europe by Rawson Andy
Victory in the Pacific by Rawson Andy

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