Series: Tankograd Wehrmacht Special

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German Military Vehicle Rarities 1 by Henry Hoppe1
Tankograd Militar Fahrzeug - Special No. 4002 Wehrmacht Special - German Military Vehicle Rarities (2) Imperial Army Reichswehr and Wehrmacht 1914 - 1945 by Henry Hoppe2
Tankograd Militar Fahrzeug - Special No. 4003 Wehrmacht Special - German Military Vehicle Rarities (3) Imperial Army Reichswehr and Wehrmacht 1914 - 1945 by Henry Hoppe3
British Trucks In Wehrmacht Service by Jochen Vollert4
Panzerkampfwagen III In Combat by Markus Zollner5
Tankograd Militar Fahrzeug - Special No. 4006 Panzerkampfwagen IV in Kampfeinsatz - Panzerkampfwagen IV in Combat by Markus Zollner6
Sturmgeschutz III Im Kampfeinsatz by Michael ( Ed. ) Franz7
Kubelwagen Typ 82 by H.G. Mayer-Stein8
Panzerkampfwagen I by Markus Zollner9
Panzerspahwagen Sd.Kfz.231/232 by Henry Hoppe10
Kettenkrad by Henry Hoppe11
Panzer 38(t) by Markus Zollner12
Panzerattrappen. German Dummy Tanks-History and Variants 1916-1945 by Jochen Vollert13
Panzerspahwagen SdKfz 221/222/223. Wehrmacht Light 4-Wheeled Armoured Cars and their Derivatives by Markus Zollner14
Opel Blitz 3-Tonner by Henry Hoppe15
Panzer II. History-Technology-Variants-Combat by Markus Zollner16
Einheits-Diesel l. gl. E.Lkw. 6x6 Typ HWA 526D Light Off-Road-Capable Standardised Trucks by Harry Hoppe17

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