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Series: Armes Militaria Hors-Serie

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Tanks of World War 2 : Blitzkrieg 1939 by Jean Restaynnot in English Common Knowledge1
Les blindés alliés en Normandie by Yves Buffetautnot in English Common Knowledge2
Guderian perce à Sedan (HS4) by Yves Buffetautnot in English Common Knowledge4
Opération Barbarossa (HS5) by Yves Buffetautnot in English Common Knowledge5
La campagne d'Allemagne (I) Rhin et Danube by Yves Buffetautnot in English Common Knowledge7
Blitzkrieg à l'Ouest Belgique et Nord, 1940 (HS8) by Yves Buffetautnot in English Common Knowledge8
Bataille pour Moscou 1941-42, premier hiver en Russie (HS9) by Yves Buffetautnot in English Common Knowledge9
La campagne d'Allemande (II) Au coeur du Reich (Militaria hors serie 10) by Yves Buffetautnot in English Common Knowledge10
La campagne de Normandie Deuxième partie: La bataille du bocage (HS13) by Yves Buffetautnot in English Common Knowledge13
La France libérée Première partie: Débarquement en Provence (HS14) by Yves Buffetautnot in English Common Knowledge14
Pacifique, la reconquête (1) Les marines débarquent à Tarawa by Yves Buffetautnot in English Common Knowledge19
Le mois terrible Deuxième partie: La bataille d'Abbeville (HS21) by Yves Buffetautnot in English Common Knowledge21
D'Arnhem à Walcheren, l'automne perdu (1) Opération Market Garden by Yves Buffetautnot in English Common Knowledge23
Pacifique, la reconquête Deuxième partie: Combats en Nouvelle-Guinée (HS24) by Yves Buffetautnot in English Common Knowledge24
Guerre en Tunisie Deuxième partie: La Ligne Mareth (HS28) by Yves Buffetautnot in English Common Knowledge28
Normandie, la percée (2) by Yves Buffetautnot in English Common Knowledge29
1942-1943: Un hiver de flammes Deuxième partie: La bataille de Leningrad (HS30) by Yves Buffetautnot in English Common Knowledge30
Le lever de rideau Première partie : La bataille de Koursk (HS35) by Yves Buffetautnot in English Common Knowledge35

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