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Armor Camouflage and Markings of the 2nd New Zealand by Jeffrey Plowman

By Jeffrey Plowman

An authoritative advisor to the recent Zealand armor camouflage and markings in the course of strive against operations in Italy, 1943-45. Illustrated with many infrequent and formerly unpublished pictures with very specified captions. contains: M3A1 Scout vehicles, common vendors, Dingo, Daimler, Humber and Lynx Scout autos, M10s, Stuarts and Shermans. includes 136 b/w pictures, 19 full-color plates of art, 1 desk of unit serial numbers, four tables of association & gear.

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