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- Gauge Theories.
- Intermediate Vector Boson Theory.
- Gauge Theory of Weak Interactions.
- Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking.
- The Standard Electroweak Theory.

I've basically quoted Mandl & Shaw chapters on the topic. I really like that book but I am looking for an extra source providing more insight and (if possible) more explicit examples and exercises (kind of Greiner's style in his book on Quantum Mechanics and symmetries). I've been looking for books and I've found two that look interesting

*Gauge Theory of Weak Interactions by Greiner and Müller.**Introduction to Theory of Quantized Fields by Bogoliubov and Shirkov.*

Should I get a copy of them? (they are not in my library so your opinion will be much appreciated) What are your personal-favourite books on electroweak and strong interactions?

Thanks

PS: I am also interested in books dealing mainly with QED so suggestions for such topic are also very welcomed.