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Allied combat tanks (World War 2 fact files) by Peter ChamberlainVehicles 1
Allied pistols, rifles, and grenades (World War II fact files) by Peter ChamberlainRifles 1
Mortars and Rockets by Peter ChamberlainArtillery 1
Axis combat tanks (World War 2 fact files) by Peter ChamberlainVehicles 2
Axis pistols, rifles, and grenades (World War 2 fact files) by Peter ChamberlainRifles 2
Infantry, Mountain and Airborne Guns by Peter ChamberlainArtillery 2
Light and Medium Field Artillery by Peter ChamberlainArtillery 3
Self-Propelled Anti-Tank and Anti-Aircraft Guns#(World War II Fact Files) by Peter ChamberlainVehicles 3
Submachine Guns and Automatic Rifles of World War II (World War 2 Fact Files) by Peter ChamberlainRifles 3
Heavy Artillery#(World War II Fact Files) by Peter ChamberlainArtillery 4
Machine guns (World War 2 fact files) by Peter ChamberlainRifles 4
Anti-Tank Weapons (World War 2 Fact Files) by Peter ChamberlainArtillery 5
Anti-aircraft guns (World War 2 fact files) by Peter ChamberlainArtillery 6

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Recommendations

  1. British and American Tanks of World War Two: The Complete Illustrated History of British, American and Commonwealth Tanks, 1939-45 by Peter Chamberlain (1969)
  2. Encyclopedia of German Tanks of World War Two by Peter Chamberlain (1978)
  3. Barrage : the guns in action by Ian V. Hogg (1970)
  4. German tanks of World War II: The complete illustrated history of German armoured fighting vehicles, 1926-1945 by F. M. von Senger und Etterlin (1969)
  5. German Heavy Mortars by Joachim Engelmann (1978)
  6. Armored Vehicles of the German Army, 1905-1945 by Walter J. Spielberger (1974)
  7. Naval Weapons of World War Two by John Campbell (1985)
  8. Artillery: The Big Guns Go to War (Modern Military) by Curt Johnson (1975)
  9. Panzerjager in Action - Armor No. 7 by Uwe Feist (1972)
  10. The Illustrated History of Weaponry: From Flint Axes to Automatic Weapons by Chuck Wills (2006)
  11. German Artillery of World War Two by Ian V. Hogg (1975)
  12. Panzer 38(t) / Swiss LTL-H - Armor Walk Around Color Series No. 13 by Hans-Heiri Stapfer (2009)
  13. US 1st Infantry Division, 1939-45 (Vanguard series) by Philip R. N. Katcher (1978)
  14. US Anti-tank Artillery 1941-45 (New Vanguard) by Steven J. Zaloga (2005)
  15. Japanese Army Fighters Part 1 by William Green (1976)

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