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Book Tigers in the Mud

Author Rating:
4/5,
Pages:
384
ISBN-10:
0811729117
ISBN-13:
978-0811729116
Publisher:
Stackpole Books

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    I highly recommend this book to any German Armor enthusiast or model builder. Alot of great references to the combat conditions the german soldier endured and alot of great black and white photos. Althought not as detailed or as in depth as " Normandiefront: D-Day to Saint-Lo Through German Eyes" by Vince Milano, it's still a great story from the perspective of the other side of the war and how it affected the german soldier. Absolutely one of my favorite books.
     
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    @Reloader I have created a Review Item from this thread. If you look at the top of the thread you now have 3 tabs General Description, Image gallery and Discussion
     
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