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In the bocage hedgerows a few miles inland from the Normandy beaches, German infantry, heavy tanks and assault guns took a heavy toll on U. You will also find several special features that will allow you to change the look of the software to suit your mood and to add, delete or restore information to fit your needs. Technological improvements were made at a frenzied pace, and the first all-metal cantilevered airplanes were going into service as the war ended.

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Publisher: Vanwell Publishing Ltd.; First Edition edition (April 1, 2003)

ISBN: 155125073X

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