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Sergeant

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Haynes Workshop Manuals on Great War Tanks are there 2 books?
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I’d bought the Haynes Great War Workshop manual on the Mark IV tank a while back and saw that they also have a title Great War Workshop manual ‘all types 1915-1945’. Not sure why the second title goes beyond 1918. I’d order the ‘all types’ book and today I received the Mark IV book. I checked the ISBN number and the book covering ‘all types’ is the same number as the Mark IV book.  

The ‘all types’ has a Mark V as the cover illustration and the Mark IV book So one would expect has a Mark IV.  

Are there two books - the common ISBN is confusing. 


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Maybe running until '45, to cover the two wrecks in the Tiergarten?

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Pzkpfw-e wrote:

Maybe running until '45, to cover the two wrecks in the Tiergarten?


 Lustgarten.



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After buying two books with the Mark V on the cover (and returning both) I’m convinced that Haynes only printed the Mark IV version but released two images for the cover. 



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