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 Walter Spielberger2
The German Panzers, from Mark I to Mark V "Panther" - Armor Series 2 by Uwe Feist2
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

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  1. Panzerjager in Action - Armor No. 7 by Uwe Feist (1972)
  2. Panzer 38(t) / Swiss LTL-H - Armor Walk Around Color Series No. 13 by Hans-Heiri Stapfer (2009)
  3. British Tank Markings & Names - Squadron Specials series (6021) by B. T. White (1978)
  4. Panzers in North-West Europe (World War II Photo Album) by Bruce Quarrie (1979)
  5. Jagdpanzer 38t Hetzer, 1944-45 (New Vanguard Series, 36) by Hilary Doyle (2001)
  6. Panzer-Division 1935-1945: [1] The Early Years 1935-1941 by Robert Michulec (2000)
  7. Light Tanks T-27, T-38, BT, T-26, T-40, T-50, T-60, T-70 (Russian Armour) by Mikhail Baryatinskiy (2006)
  8. Panzer-Grenadier Division "Grossdeutschland" (Vanguard 2) by Bruce Quarrie (1977)
  9. Sturmgeschutz III in action - Armor No. 14 by Bruce Culver (1976)
  10. Last of the Panzers: German Tanks, 1944-1945 (Tanks Illustrated Series) by William Auerbach (1984)
  11. Panther & its variants by Walter J. Spielberger (1993)
  12. AFV WEAPONS PROFILE: 37: RUSSIAN BT SERIES. by John F. Milsom (1971)
  13. No. 235 - Konigsberg 1945 by Jewgieni Szilowski (2005)
  14. Sturmpanzer "Brummbar", volume 1 by Waldemar Trojca (2001)
  15. Panzerwrecks 7: Ostfront by Lee Archer and William Auerbach (2008)

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