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Today on the blog we have an exclusive sneak peek at some images from the upcoming tank museum in Jordan's capital, Amman.Continue Reading

Sneak Peek at August's Artwork

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We’ve reached the time of the month where we invite you to take a sneak peek at some of the new artwork coming your way. This month we’re looking at three plates from our August 2017 titles...Continue Reading
In today's post, author of Flashpoint Trieste: First Battle of the Cold War, Christian Jennings discusses the intriguing claims of the 'Free Territory of Trieste' organisation, who are keen to see the city and its surroundings returned to the supervision of the Americans and British, as it was after the war.Continue Reading

USS Lawrence vs HMS Detroit

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Today on the blog post we welcome Osprey author Mark Lardas, who discusses how he came to write Duel 79: USS Lawrence vs HMS DetroitContinue Reading

FONTENOY 1745

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Ahead of the publication of his latest book, Michael McNally discusses the writing process of Fontenoy 1745 and the lead up to the famous confrontation between Maurice de Saxe and the Duke of Cumberland. Continue Reading
Author Ryan K. Noppen presents an exclusive look at the United States Air Force's World War I 100th Anniversary Commemoration Day.Continue Reading
We took a month-long hiatus but our Miniature Modelling Competition is back...Continue Reading
This month's book vote focuses on our Campaign series, as 4 potential titles battle it out for your vote...Continue Reading

New X-Planes Titles

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We launched our new X-Planes series in September last year. In case it escaped your radar, this series looks into the thrilling world of experimental aircraft, explaining the technology behind famous prototype and research aircraft...Continue Reading

The Long Range Desert Group

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Last week, we published The Long Range Desert Group in World War II by Gavin Mortimer, which explores the origins and operations of Britain’s first ever Special Forces unit. In today’s blog post, Gavin Mortimer discusses the unit’s history and how it seemingly faded from view... Continue Reading

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