Series: Spearhead

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21ST PANZER DIVISION: Rommel's Afrika Korps Spearhead (Spearhead Series) by Chris Ellis1
GROSSDEUTSCHLAND: Guderian's Eastern Front Elite (Spearhead Series) by Tim Ripley2
7TH FLIEGER DIVISION: Student's Fallschirmjager Elite (Spearhead Series) by Bruce Quarrie3
82ND AIRBORNE: All American (Spearhead Series) by Mike Verrier4
Leibstandarte-SS Adolf Hitler: 1st SS Panzer Division (Spearhead) by Michael Sharpe5
1st Infantry Division: The "Big Red One" (Spearhead) by Ian Westwell6
7th U-Boat Flotilla: Doenitz's Atlantic Wolves (Spearhead) by Angus Konstam7
1st Marine Division: The Old Breed (Spearhead) by Ian Westwell8
DAS REICH (Spearhead 9) by Michael Sharpe9
2nd Armored Division: "Hell on Wheels" (Spearhead 10) by Steven Smith10
ROYAL MARINE COMMANDOS: Britain's Green Berets (Spearhead 11) by Simon Dunstan11
US Rangers: Spearhead 12: Leading the Way' by Ian Westwell12
Brandenburgers (Spearhead, No. 13) by Chris Ellis13
7th Armoured Division : The Desert Rats by George Forty14
Condor Legion: The Wehrmacht's Training Ground by Ian Westwell15
1st Air Cavalry in Vietnam: The 'First Team (Spearhead) by Simon Dunstan16
5th Gebirgsjager Division - Hitler's Mountain Warfare Specialists: Hitler's Mountain Warfare Specialists (Spearhead) (No. 17) by Michael Sharpe17
PT-Boat Squadrons - US Navy Torpedo Boats (Spearhead) (No. 18) by Angus Konstam18
101st Airborne In Vietnam: The "Screaming Eagles" (Spearhead) by Simon Dunstan19
Hohenstaufen: 9th SS Panzer Division (Spearhead) by Patrick Hook20

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  1. Remagen 1945 : endgame against the Third Reich by Steven J. Zaloga (2006)
  2. SS-Das Reich : the history of the second SS division, 1939-45 by Gregory L Mattson (2002)
  3. US Airborne Units in the Pacific Theater 1942-45 by Gordon L. Rottman (2007)
  4. The British Fleet Air Arm in World War II by Mark Barber (2008)
  5. Hitler's U-Boat Bases by Jack P. Mallmann Showell (2002)
  6. Heinkel He 70/170 Blitz (Perfiles Aeronauticos: La Maquina y la Historia) by Rafael A Permuy Lopez (2000)
  7. The Black Bull: From Normandy to the Baltic with the 11th Armoured Division by Patrick Delaforce (1993)
  8. The All Americans in World War II: A Photographic History of the 82nd Airborne Division at War by Phil Nordyke (2006)
  9. The Ordeal of Total War, 1939–1945 by Gordon Wright (1968)
  10. SS-Wiking : the history of the fifth SS Division 1941-45 by Rupert Butler (2002)
  11. Patton's Third Army (G.I. Series) by Christopher J. Anderson (1997)
  12. Patton's Pawns: The 94th US Infantry Division at the Siegfried Line by Tony Le Tissier (2007)
  13. U.S. Army 1941-45 by Philip Katcher (1977)
  14. Comrades to the End: The 4th SS Panzer-Grenadier Regiment "Der Führer" 1938-1945: The History of a German-Austrian Figh by Otto Weidinger (1978)
  15. The Hunters and the Hunted: German U-Boats, 1939-1945 by Jochen Brennecke (1956)

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