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4th SS Artillery Regiment КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ 4th SS Artillery Regiment(Concord 6516)ByGordon Rottman & Stephen AndrewPublisher: harmony Publications200652 PagesISBN: 9623611072PDF40 MBThe SS-Polizei-Division was once activated on 1 October 1939, and one part in that department was once SS-Artillerie-Regiment four. This publication makes a speciality of this actual artillery regiment, in addition to SS-Flak-Abteilung four . . . but it additionally deals even more! This quantity additionally serves as a normal examine of German SS and armed forces divisional box artillery usually, and modelers and army historians should be entranced by means of the diversity of weaponry on display.UploadingDepositfiles eighty five

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