The Dark Age of Tanks - Britain's Lost Armour 1945-1970
By David Lister
Imprint: Pen & Sword Military
Creator: Mr. Taylor (Undefined)
Production date: 27/02/1941
SARDINE TINS TO TANKS
Catalogue number: H 7523
Original wartime caption: Tin goods...
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Don't stray from the path.
No, really. Don't.
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