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Bodenplatte The Luftwaffe's Last Hope
The Attack on Allied Airfields New Years Day 1945
by John Manrho & Ron Pütz

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Old 5th May 2010, 22:59
John Manrho John Manrho is offline
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Stock is low....

Although I generally don't like to advertise my own book, I want to inform the members that currently "Bodenplatte, The Luftwaffe's Last Hope" is very low on stock. Only a few dozen remain in stock at Hikoki. So....if anybody is thinking of buying it, now is the right time! You never know if there will be a reprint.


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