Series: Jane's Infantry Weapons

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Jane's Infantry Weapons 1976 by Dennis H R Archer2
Jane's Infantry Weapons 1977 (Third Year of Issue) by Denis H.R. Archer3
Jane's Infantry Weapons 1978 by Dennis H R Archer4
Jane's Infantry Weapons 1979-1980 by John Weeks5
Jane's Infantry Weapons 6ED 1980-81 by John Weeks6
Jane's Infantry Weapons, 1983-84 by Ian V. Hogg9
Jane's Infantry Weapons 1984-85 (Jane's Yearbooks) by Ian V. Hogg10
Jane's Infantry Weapons, 1985-1986 by Ian V. Hogg11
Jane's Infantry Weapons 1987-88 by Ian V. Hogg13
Jane's Infantry Weapons, 1988-89 (Jane's Infantry Weapons) by Ian V. Hogg14
Jane's Infantry Weapons 1989-90 by Ian V. Hogg15
Jane's Infantry Weapons 1991-92 by Ian V. Hogg17
Jane's Infantry Weapons 1993-94 by Ian V. Hogg19
Jane's Infantry Weapons 1996-97 by Terry J. Gander22
Jane's Infantry Weapons 1997-98 (Jane's Weapon Systems Infantry) by Terry J. Gander23
Jane's Infantry Weapons 2001-200227
Jane's Infantry Weapons, 2002-2003 (Janes Infantry Weapons, 2002 2003) by Terry J. Gander28
Jane's Infantry Weapons: Yearbook by Terry J. Gander29
Jane's Infantry Weapons 2007-2008 (Jane's Infantry Weapons) by Richard Jones33

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