Series: Desperta Ferro Contemporánea

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Desperta Ferro Contemporánea 1 - 1914, el estallido de la Gran Guerra by Jesús Jiménez Zaera1
Desperta Ferro Contemporánea 3 - La Guerra del Yom Kippur, 1973 by Jesús Jiménez Zaera3
1965, escalada americana en Vietnam (Desperta Ferro Contemporánea 6) by Jesús Jiménez Zaera6
Desperta Ferro Contemporánea 7 - Stalingrado (II), ¡ni un paso atrás en el Volga! by Jesús Jiménez Zaera7
Galípoli, 1915 (Desperta Ferro Contemporánea 8) by Jesús Jiménez Zaera8
La Guerra Civil en Vizcaya, 1937 (Desperta Ferro Contemporánea 9) by Jesús Jiménez Zaera9
Desperta Ferro Contemporánea 10 - Insurgencia en Irak by Jesús Jiménez Zaera10
La batalla del Atlántico (Desperta Ferro Contemporánea 12) by Jesús Jiménez Zaera12
Verdún 1916 - Desperta Ferro Contemporánea 13 by Javier Veramendi B13

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