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Duel in the Mist Vol. 2

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Duel in the Mist Vol. 2 The Leibstandarte During the Ardennes Offensive 
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Duel in the Mist Vol. 3

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Duel in the Mist Vol.3 The Leibstandarte During the Ardennes Offensive Authors: Simon Vosters, Timm Haasler and Hans Weber 
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FORGOTTEN ARCHIVES 1: THE LOST SIGNAL CORPS PHOTOS

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The US Army Signal Corps photographs were the official standard for photo documentation of the American army during World War II. 
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In Focus 1: Jagdpanzer 38

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In Focus 1: Jagdpanzer 38 is the first in a new series of books from Panzerwrecks. As its titles implies, the subject is the German Jagdpanzer 38 tank hunter. 
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Nürnberg's Panzer Factory

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Nürnberg's Panzer Factory A Photographic Study Author: Roddy MacDougall and Darren Neely 
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Panzerwrecks 1

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Features: Modified Panthers of I./Pz.Rgt.26, (13x photos), Jagdtiger 323 of 3.Kp/s.Pz.Jg.Abt.653, (7x photos), and Panzer IV/70(A), (10x photos). Also production version of the flakpanzer Ostwind, Steel wheel Panthers, Panther II, Halftracks, Beutepanzers 
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Panzerwrecks 10

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What mammoth Panzerjäger was found at Pilsen airfield? What made the vehicles found at Braunschweig so odd? 
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Panzerwrecks 11 - Normandy Pt. 2

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Pz.Kpfw.II's helped overrun France in 1940. Who still had them in 1944? 
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Panzerwrecks 12

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Panzerwrecks 12 German Armour 1944-1945 
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Panzerwrecks 13

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This volume features Weapons Dump - Italian Style, The Story of Nashorn '214', Elefants of 1./s.Pz.Jg.Abt.653,Dug-in Panther: Concealed Killer. 
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Panzerwrecks 14 Ostfront 2

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Panzer Wrecks 14 Ostfront 2 
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Panzerwrecks 15 German Armor 1944-45

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What naval forces were knocking out Panzers in Paris? Why would a Pz.Kpfw.IV wear T34 tracks? How do you move a 70 ton Jagdtiger? Where did the Patton Museum Panther come from? Which unusual vehicle was left at Pilsen airfield? 
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Panzerwrecks 18

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Panzerwrecks No. 18 German Armor 1944-45 
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Panzerwrecks 19 Yugoslavia

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How did partisans improve the firepower of the Somua S35? And where did it end up? Who was ambushed at Vukov Klanac? What vehicles did they lose? Why did a German Panzer unit pose as Allied tankers? Where did the Yugoslav Army collect and overhaul capture 
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Panzerwrecks 2

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Features: Panzer wrecks in Vienna (8x photos), War booty in Yugoslavia (21x photos), Panzer wrecks in Znojmo (6x photos), Endkampfe in Berlin (20x photos). Also Pz.Kpfw.I Ausf.B mit 7.5cm StuK40, Sturmmorser, Jagdpanzer IV with footbridge, Panther LSW, Be 
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Panzerwrecks 20: Ostfront 3

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Kamen Nevenkin and Lee Archer join forces to bring you hitherto unseen photos from the depths of the Russian archives in Panzerwrecks 20: Ostfront 3. This book is exclusively about the havoc and wreckage inflicted on the Panzerwaffe by the Russian airforc 
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Panzerwrecks 3

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Features: Schwarzbach 7 May 1945 (15x photos), The end for 1./s.Pz.Jg.Abt.512 (50x photos!!), Pz.Kpfw.IV of 6./Pz.Rgt.15 (6x photos), Surrender at Oldenburg (12x photos). Also Jagdtiger, Sturmgeschutz III ARV (Allied), Pz.Sfl.1 fur 7.62cm PaK36, Pz.Kpfw.3 
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Panzerwrecks 5

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Features: Newsreels (26x photos), Three Mäuse (plural of Maus) at Meppen (7x photos). Also Bergepanther, Flakpanzer, Wirbelwind, Bergepanzerwagen III, Pz.Beob.Wg.III, T48 57mm GMC, some naked halftracks and much more besides. 
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Panzerwrecks 6

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Features Include: Panzerjäger and Flakpanzer of Meppen; Panzer Remnants on a Czech Road; Flammpanzer 38, in and out; Quick Fix -- Rocket Firing SPW's. 
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Panzerwrecks 7

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Panzerwrecks Issue No.7 - "OSTFRONT" 
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