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Soldaten: The German Soldier In World War II - Holland 
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ITEM NO: FPB ADH008
SCALE: Others
ANNOUNCED ON: 9/22/2014
ARRIVED ON: 9/29/2014
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This book is based around our usual format of 13 full color pages and features 5 plates of uniform an insignia details in addition to illustrations of 24 different armoured vehicles. The illustrations are complemented by black and white archive photographs, maps, orders of battle and background history. I should point out that we've deliberately kept the narrative of the Arnhem battles brief, preferring to concentrate on the less well known aspects of the fighting that took place from September 1944 until May 1945.