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  1. Axis nations of WW2

    On the index page I've only included those that actually fought along side the German forces, if I were to include all the nations that in some form aided the Axis war effort it would certainly be a longer list. /Marcus
  2. UNIFORMS of WW2

    Really nice photos in this thread, thanks for sharing those. /Marcus
  3. Tank Killers

    I must admit that I haven't read much on the US forces but I did read "Tank Killers: A History of America's World War II Tank Destroyer Force" by Harry Yeide when it came out a few years ago and I found it to be a very good book on the topic. /Marcus
  4. Axis nations of WW2

    Hello all, You might find the Axis History Factbook at http://www.axishistory.com interesting, it contains information on most aspects of the Axis nations of the Second World War and related topics. btw. Don't forget to visit the Axis History Forum at http://forum.axishistory.com , it is an apolitical forum for discussions on the Axis nations, as well as the First and Second World Wars in general. /Marcus