Series: Schiffsklassen und Schiffstypen der deutschen Marine

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Battleships of the Bismarck Class: Bismarck and Tirpitz : Culmination and Finale of German Battleship Construction by Gerhard KoopBand 1
Battleships of the Scharnhorstclass: The Scharnhorst and Gneisenau : The Backbone of the German Surface Forces at the Ou by Gerhard KoopBand 2
Heavy Cruisers of the Admiral Hipper Class: The Admiral Hipper, Blucher, Prince Eugen, Seydlitz and Lutzow by Gerhard KoopBand 3
Die Panzerschiffe der Deutschland-Klasse. Deutschland/Lützow - Admiral Scheer - Admiral Graf Spee by Gerhard KoopBand 4
German Light Cruisers of World War II: Emden, Konigsberg, Karlsruhe, Koln, Leipzig, Nurnberg by Gerhard KoopBand 5
German Destroyers of World War II by Gerhard KoopBand 6
Die Linienschiffe der Bayern-Klasse by Gerhard KoopBand 7
Die Großen Kreuzer : Von der Tann bis Hindenburg by Gerhard KoopBand 8
Linienschiffe: von der Nassau- zur König-Klasse by Gerhard KoopBand 9
Die Linenschiffe der Brandenburg- bis Deutschland-Klasse. by Gerhard KoopBand 10
Die Großen Kreuzer Kaiserin Augusta bis Blücher by Gerhard KoopBand 11
Kleine Kreuzer 1903 - 1918 : (Bremen- bis CÖLN-Klasse) by Gerhard KoopBand (12

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