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Series: The Atlantic Bridge to Germany

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The Atlantic Bridge to Germany Volume I: Baden-Wuerttemberg by Charles M. Hall1
The Atlantic Bridge to Germany, Volume IV by Charles M. Hall
Atlantic Bridge to Germany, volume VII: Nordrhein-Westfalen (Northrhine-Westphalia) by Charles M. Hall
The Atlantic Bridge to Germany, Vol. II: Hessen Part A, Rheinland-Pfalz Part B (The Palatinate) by Charles M. Hall2
The Atlantic Bridge To Germany: Volume III, Bavaria (Bayern) by Charles M. Hall3
Atlantic Bridge to Germany Vol 5 Schleswig-Holstein, Hamburg, Bremen by Charles M. Hall5
The Atlantic Bridge to Germany, Volume VIII, Prussia: Brandenburg, East Prussia, West Prussia, Pomerania, Posen by Charles M. Hall8
The Atlantic bridge to Germany, Volume IX: Kingdom, Province, Thuringen/Thuringia, Nine Duchies by Charles M. Hall9
The Atlantic bridge to Germany, Volume X: Niedersachen/Lower Saxony, Braunschweig/Brunswick, Schaumburg-Lippe, Oldenburg by Charles M. Hall10

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