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Allied WW II tanks?
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Old 04-11-2004, 06:30 PM
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the boks i like to buy for allied tanks are.
the inaction series from squardron.
i have shermans in action.
german rail way guns.
tigers in action
these are very good books
and lots of cool pic of the tanks in battle
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I think the Concord book series are very useful with great pictures and drawings.They are not that expensive and give very good references.
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