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Villers-Bocage : through the lens of the German war photographer

Author: Daniel Taylor
Publisher: London : Battle of Britain International, [1999?]
Series: After the battle.
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An analysis of the tank battle that took place at Villers-Bocage in 1944, when the 7th Armoured Division, or "Desert Rats", took on German panzers and were heavily defeated. The text bases its  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Taylor
ISBN: 187006707X 9781870067072
OCLC Number: 43719285
Description: 88 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 22 x 31 cm.
Series Title: After the battle.
Responsibility: by Daniel Taylor.

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