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Then, I put that they caused 9.9% and 6.9% of German casualties respectivelly. I sold my WW2 Allies collection incl my WW2 Allies uniforms mannequins with WW2 USA & British combat- and camouflage uniforms, US Paratrooper US 82nd & 101st AB Div jump suits etc; I also sold an important part of my German collection incl my WW2 German Panzer- and Panzerjäger uniforms, several Waffen-SS camouflage- and Wehrmacht Heer, Luftwaffe etc uniforms, 25 WW2 uniforms Mannequins were sold then. shows a part of my collection I decided to keep in the 1990's, which I still have and this WW2 Collection is available for purchase now.

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Publisher: Houghton Mifflin (1949)


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