Please post useful reference books that you may have here. Please give a short description with each link.

Postby Nic.H » Fri Feb 12, 2010 11:53 pm

Just got a book called PANZERWRECKS 6.......god there is a fountain of info, but mostly pics....will have to get series 1 to 5 now, i highly recommend this book for research about wrecked and scrapped tanks at the end of the war.....there were so many variants at the end......especially obsolete early tanks that were put back into service............

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Postby Johnf » Sun May 08, 2011 11:59 am

They are on amazon at the moment with good discount

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Postby DevonportDave » Sun Jul 31, 2016 11:13 am

Go to speedyhen for these books.
Silly name but they sell at the best price online and a really good customer service with free delivery.
Be warned that these books become addictive, I've got them all and have number 20 on pre-order. ... 3/19782807

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Postby jackalope » Sun Jul 31, 2016 2:28 pm

Jon I had to delete your 2 posts, sorry sir but both of the links you posted were invalid and led to a virus prone dead end. I know this wasn't intentional but I don't want anyone getting a bug following a bad link, I'm sure you agree.

Maybe next time preview your post and follow the link prior to posting to make sure it takes you were it's supposed to. :thumbup:

Apologies again and thank you for your understanding.
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