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Part II of Gene Fax's study into the strange paradox of US-invented machine guns, this time looking at the Isaac Newton Lewis's machine gun's use in World War I. Continue Reading

Darwin 1942

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Ahead of the publication of Darwin 1942 on Thursday, author Bob Alford discusses the Imperial Japanese Navy's attack on Darwin, Australia, on its 75th anniversary.   Continue Reading

Sneak Peek at May's Artwork

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It’s time for another artwork reveal!Continue Reading

The Fall of Singapore 1942

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75 years ago, on the 15th February 1942, one of the greatest military defeats in British history occurred, as Singapore fell to the Japanese. Continue Reading
In the lead up to his newest book, With Their Bare Hands, Gene Fax examines the strange paradox of US-invented machine guns.  Continue Reading

Hannibal’s Humour

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In advance of the publication of his latest book Lake Trasimene 217 BC, Osprey author Nic Fields discusses a less studied aspect of the legendary Carthaginian general Hannibal Barca: his sense of humour.Continue Reading
In January, we invited you to share with us pictures of your models and figures, to showcase how our titles have inspired your work. We finally have our winner, and our latest theme!Continue Reading

What Made the 75 mm Gun So Revolutionary?

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Osprey author, Gene Fax, looks into what exactly made the French 75 mm field gun so revolutionary in WW1.Continue Reading
February's book vote focuses on our Combat Aircraft series, with five new titles vying for your vote. Continue Reading

Sneak Peek at April Artwork

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As the first month of 2017 draws to a close, it’s time to showcase some of the artwork featured in our April releases!Continue Reading

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