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Panzerwrecks 1: German Armour 1944-45 by Lee Archer1
Panzerwrecks 2: German Armour 1944-45 by Lee Archer2
Panzerwrecks 5: German Armour 1944-45 by Lee Archer3
Panzerwrecks 4: German Armour 1944-45 by Lee Archer4
Panzerwrecks 3: German Armour 1944-45 by Lee Archer5
Panzerwrecks 6: German Armour 1944-45 by Lee Archer and William Auerbach6
Panzerwrecks 7: Ostfront by Lee Archer and William Auerbach7
Panzerwrecks 8: Normandy 1 by Lee Archer and William Auerbach8
Panzerwrecks 9: Italy 1 by Lee Archer and William Auerbach9
Panzerwrecks X: German Armour 1944-45 by Lee Archer10
Panzerwrecks 11: Normandy 2 by Lee Archer11
Panzerwercks 12 (Panzerwrecks) by Lee Archer12
Panzerwrecks 13: Italy 2 by Lee Archer and William Auerbach13
Panzerwrecks 14: Ostfront 2 by Lee Archer and William Auerbach14
Panzerwrecks 15: German Armour 1944-45 by Lee Archer15
Panzerwrecks 16: Bulge by Lee Archer16
Panzerwrecks 17: Normandy 3 by Lee Archer17
Panzerwrecks 18: German Armour 1944-45 by Lee Archer18
Panzerwrecks 19: Yugoslavia by Lee Archer19
Panzerwrecks 20 Ostfront 3 by Lee Archer20
Panzerwrecks 21: German Armour 1944-45 by Lee Archer21

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  2. The Panzerkampfwagen III at War by Michael Jerchel (1997)
  3. Panzer III in Action - Armor No. 1 by Uwe Feist (1972)
  4. Nuts & Bolts - Vol 12 Schwerer Zugkraftwagen 18 ton and Variants Famo Bulle ( Sd.kfz. 9 ) by Tony & Schulz Heiner F. & Greenland Duske, Frank (1999)
  5. Panzer 38(t) / Swiss LTL-H - Armor Walk Around Color Series No. 13 by Hans-Heiri Stapfer (2009)
  6. Gunpower 23 - Ferdinand Elefant Vol. 2 by Tadeusz Melleman (2005)
  7. Panzerwrecks 12 German Armor 1944-45 by Lee Archer and William Auerbach (2011)
  8. Panzer Divisions 1944-45 by Pier Paolo Battistelli (2009)
  9. TIGER I: On the Eastern Front by Jean Restayn (1999)
  10. PanzerKampfwagen I & II: Tanks & Armour (Tanks and Armour) by Terry Gander (2001)
  11. Repairing the Panzers: German Tank Maintenance in World War 2 Volume 1 by Lukas Friedli (2010)
  12. Panzerkampfwagen 1 ( Kleintraktor to Ausf.B ) (Panzer Tracts, # 1-1) by Thomas Jentz (2002)
  13. Tigers in Combat, Vol. 2 by Wolfgang Schneider (1988)
  14. Tiger I on the Western Front by Jean Restayn (2001)
  15. Armored fighting vehicles of Germany: World War II by Duncan Crow (1973)

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