Fb2 German Ground Forces: Poland and France, 1939-1940 (The Mechanics of War) ePub
by Brian L. Davis
|Subcategory:||Engineering and Transport|
|Author:||Brian L. Davis|
|Publisher:||Almark Publishing Co. Ltd.; First Edition edition (November 1976)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1657 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1563 kb|
|Digital formats:||lrf mobi lrf mbr|
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Davis, Brian Leigh German Ground Forces: Poland and France, 1939-1940 (The Mechanics of War). ISBN 13: 9780855242619.
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In 1939 the German navy also had an advantage over the tiny Polish fleet The Polish Campaign, and the spectre of war with Britain and France.
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