Series: Osprey Fortress: The Atlantic Wall

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The Atlantic Wall 1: France by Steven J. Zaloga1
The Atlantic Wall 2: Belgium, The Netherlands, Denmark and Norway by Steven J. Zaloga2
The Atlantic Wall (3): The Südwall (Fortress) by Steven J. Zaloga3

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  1. German Field Fortifications 1939-45 by Gordon L. Rottman (2004)
  2. Smashing the Atlantic Wall: The Destruction of Hitler's Coastal Fortresses by Patrick Delaforce (1600)
  3. Maginot Line 1940: Battles on the French Frontier by Marc Romanych (2010)
  4. Two Sides of the Beach: The Invasion and Defense of Europe in 1944 by Edmund L. Blandford (1999)
  5. Italian Army, 1940-1945 1: Europe 1940-43 by Philip Jowett (2000)
  6. The Battle of the Bulge: Britain's Untold Story by Charles Whiting (1999)
  7. Fortress Third Reich: German Fortifications And Defense Systems In World War II by J. E. Kaufmann (2003)
  8. The Germans in Normandy by Richard Hargreaves (2006)
  9. D-Day Then and Now: v. 1 by Winston G Ramsey (1995)
  10. After D-Day: Operation Cobra and the Normandy Breakout (The Art of War) by James Jay Carafano (2000)
  11. A Fine Night for Tanks: The Road to Falaise by Ken Tout (1998)
  12. Waffen-SS Soldier, 1940–1945 by Bruce Quarrie (1993)
  13. Italian Light Tanks: 1919-45 (New Vanguard) by Filippo Cappellano (2012)
  14. D-Day Then and Now: v. 2 by Winston G Ramsey (1995)
  15. Arnhem Spearhead: A Private Soldier's Story by James Sims (1978)

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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