Series: Mushroom Green Series

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Hungarian AFVs of World War Two by Csaba Becze4101
Codename Swallow: British Sherman Tanks at Alamein by Dennis Oliver4102
ISAF vehicles, Afghanistan 2007 : Kabul & Kandahar Area by Dick Taylor4103
T-34/76 Camouflage & Markings by Przemyslaw Skulski4105
Warpaint: v. 2: Colours and Markings of British Army Vehicles 1903-2003 (MMP: Green) by Dick Taylor4106
Invincible Black Brigade : Polish 10th Cavalry Brigade, 1939 by Jerzy Majka4107
AFVS IN IRISH SERVICE SINCE 1922: From the National Army to the Irish Defence Forces (Green) by Ralph Riccio4108
9th Panzer Division : 1940-1943 by Marek Kruk4110
Into the Vally : the Valentine tank and derivatives 1938-1960 by Dick Taylor4111
Warpaint : colours and markings of British Army vehicles 1903-2003. Vol. 4 by Dick Taylor4112
The Irish Artillery Corps: Since 1922 (Green) by Ralph A. Riccio4113

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