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Series: Spielberger German Armor and Military Vehicle Series

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Armored Vehicles of the German Army, 1905-1945 by Walter J. Spielberger
Halftracked Vehicles of the German Army, 1909-1945 by Walter J. Spielberger
Heavy Jagdpanzer: Development - Production - Operations by Walter J. Spielberger
Light Jagdpanzer: Development - Production - Operations by Walter J. Spielberger
Panther & its variants by Walter J. Spielberger1
Panzerkampfwagen IV and Its Variants 1935-1945 - Book 2 (The Spielberger German Armor and Military Vehicle Series) by Walter J. Spielberger
Panzers 35 (t) and 38 (t) and their variants 1920-1945 by Walter J. Spielberger
Special Panzer Variants: Development - Production - Operations (The Spielberger German Armor and Military Vehicle Series) by Walter J. Spielberger
Sturmgeschutz & Its Variants (Spielberger German Armor & Military Vehicles Series, Vol 2) by Walter J. Spielberger
Tigers I and II and Their Variants (Spielberger German Armor and Military Vehicle Series) by Walter J. Spielberger
Panzers I and II : and their variants : from Reichswehr to Wehrmacht by Walter J. Spielberger2
Panzer III & its variants by Walter J. Spielberger3

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Recommendations

  1. Panzer IV & Its Variants (The Spielberger German Armor & Military Vehicles, Vol IV) by Walter J. Spielberger (1994)
  2. Germany's Tiger Tanks: VK45.02 to TIGER II Design, Production & Modifications (Schiffer Military History) by Hilary L. Doyle (1997)
  3. Schutzenpanzerwagen SdKfz 251 and SdKfz 250 by Walter J. Spielberger (1973)
  4. PanzerKampfwagen I & II: Tanks & Armour (Tanks and Armour) by Terry Gander (2001)
  5. Panzerwrecks 8: Normandy 1 by Lee Archer and William Auerbach (2009)
  6. Panzerkampfwagen 1 ( Kleintraktor to Ausf.B ) (Panzer Tracts, # 1-1) by Thomas Jentz (2002)
  7. Panzer Colors, Volume 3 : Markings of the German Army Panzer Forces, 1939-45 by Bruce Culver (1984)
  8. Maus and Other German Armored Projects (Armored Military Vehicles) by Michael Sawondy (1989)
  9. Sturmgeschutz III in action - Armor No. 14 by Bruce Culver (1976)
  10. Self-Propelled Anti-Tank and Anti-Aircraft Guns#(World War II Fact Files) by Peter Chamberlain (1975)
  11. The Heavy Flak Guns, 1933-1945: 88Mm, 105Mm, 128Mm, 150Mm, and Ballistic Directional Equipment by Werner Muller (1984)
  12. The Panzerkampfwagen III at War (Armor at War Series) by Michael Jerchel (1997)
  13. Tiger I on the Western Front by Jean Restayn (2001)
  14. Wehrmacht Divisional Signs, 1938-1945 by Theodor Hartmann (1970)
  15. Tigers in Combat, Vol. 1 by Wolfgang Schneider (1994)

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