Series: Vanguard

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Vanguard #1: Come The Exemplar: A Superhero Serial by Percival Constantine1
Vanguard: The Complete First Season: A Superhero Serial (Vanguard: The Collected Seasons Book 1) by Percival ConstantineComplete First Season
Vanguard #2: Cold War Frankenstein: A Superhero Serial by Percival Constantine2
Sherman Tank in Us and Allied Service (Vanguard Series) by Steven J. Zaloga26

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  1. British 7th Armoured Division 1940-45 - Vanguard 1 (8001) by John Sandars (1977)
  2. Panther vs Sherman: Battle of the Bulge 1944 (Duel) by Steven J. Zaloga (2008)
  3. D-Day Tank Battles : Beachhead to Breakout by George Balin (1984)
  4. Sherman Firefly (New Vanguard) by David Fletcher (2008)
  5. The Sherman Tank by Roger Ford (1999)
  6. Tiger, The History of a Legendary Weapon 1942-45 by Egon Kleine (1976)
  7. British Tanks in Normandy by Ludovic Fortin (2005)
  8. Mosquito Bomber/Fighter-Bomber Units 1942-1945 by Martin Bowman (1997)
  9. Panzers in the East: [2] Decline and Defeat 1943-1945 by Robert Michulec (1998)
  10. Leichte Panzers in action - Armor No. 10 by Uwe Feist (1974)
  11. United States Armour (39-45 Portfolio) by Simon Forty (1981)
  12. German Military Police Units 1939-45 by Gordon Williamson (1989)
  13. M4 Sherman at war by Michael Green (2007)
  14. Panzers at war by A. J. Barker (1978)
  15. US Marine Corps 1941-45 (Elite) by Gordon Rottman (1995)

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