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Hello Gents, my first post here :)

I bought Neal W. O'Connor's opus magnum and was never the same again :) Imperial German military awards became one of my main hobbies (I'm generally interested in WW1, especially aviation, tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles). Recently I found out that there is a great book by Eric Ludvigsen on statistics regarding Prussian and other awards during WW1. Is there any chance to buy it?

Cheers,

Albert

 

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Hello Kornel,

The title is "Prussian and Other Imperial German Award Statistics". Here's the cover: 

 

If you want the book, please write a private message to Paul C, I'm sure he will help you :) This book is great and very rare, so don't hesitate! :)

Best regards,

Albert

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