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PostPosted: Fri Aug 16, 2019 10:00 am 
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Hello everybody,

I have finished the second volume, covering submachine guns after 1945.
Maybe it's of interest for someone.

The reader will find submachine guns like the DUX-MPs, Walther MPL and MPK, MP5, Steyr 69 and 81, Berettas, MAT 49, PM-63 Rak, Ingram, Smith & Wesson 76, PAM, Madsen M-50, Sterling, Mendoza, m/45, Sokac, UZI, Vigneron etc.

Hardcover with 128 pages and numerous photos.

Attention: Language is GERMAN only !!!

The book is now available directly from me. Please contact me by eMail GGBuch @ web.de

And I can sign it if you like ;-)

The prices inclusive shipping are:

Germany: 22,00 Euro
Europe (EU): 26,00 Euro
Rest of the World: 32.00 $US

With best wishes
Michael


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 16, 2019 11:49 pm 
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sounds interesting , looking forward to seeing it , do not read german tho - that half of the family forbade use of the language in the 50s , wish i had learned it , i regret things that were related to the war that i was forbidden to learn , had a japanese relative of sorts as well she was also forbidden to teach me of her culture and language , my wife on the other hand grew up in japan in the 60s , she speaks some and aint it interesting what 10 years changes ,


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 17, 2019 3:27 am 
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Same here in West-Germany .... when I was in school we couldn't learn Russian. It was the language of the enemy. All we could choose was Latin, English, French or Spanish. Today Russian would be very useful, much more useful than French or Spain.

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