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Series: Armor Series

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The Tiger Tanks by Heinz J. Nowarra1
The German Panzers from Mark I to Mark V Panther by Uwe Feist2
STURMARTILLERIE: FROM ASSAULT GUNS TO HUNTING PANTHER, ARMOR SERIES VOL. 3 by Walter J. Spielberger3
Sturmartillerie Part 2: Self-Propelled Guns and Flak Tanks - Armor Series 4 by Walter J. Spielberger4
Strassen Panzer by Walter J. Spielberger5
Armor on the Eastern Front by Walter J. Spielberger6
Halbkettenfahrzeuge German Halftrack Vehicles (Armor Series Vol. 7) by Walter J. Spielberger7
Armor in the Western Desert by Walter J. Spielberger8
Sonderpanzer: German Special Purpose Vehicles by Walter J. Spielberger9
Militarfahrzeuge: German Softskinned Vehicles of WW II - Armor Series Vol. 10 by Walter J. Spielberger10
German 8 Wheel Spahpanzer Luchs (Armor Series, Vol 11) by Uwe Feist11
Aero Armor-Series: Volume 12 by Uwe Feist12
Aero Armor 13 - Volume 13 by Uwe Feist13

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