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July Book Vote 2022: Elite

In Military History, Featured
This month's book vote sees five Elite titles battling for your support. Read the full descriptions and have your say by clicking on the link below. Plus, check out the results of last month's New Vanguard book vote.Continue Reading
On the blog today, author Mark Lardas takes a look at the technology which assisted in the US Navy's victory over the kamikazes.Continue Reading

Castles in the Sky - Launch Day

In Osprey Games
Our newest Osprey Wargame, from accomplished author Eric Farrington and with stunning art by Michael Doscher, is finally here. Castles in the Sky: A Wargame of Flying Battleships is out now. Take to the skies!Continue Reading
On the blog today author Giuseppe Rava gives an overview of Italy’s colonial presence in Africa, Asia and the Middle East during the 19th and 20th centuries. Continue Reading
On the blog today, author Martin Pegler delves into the beginnings of snipers in the British Army.Continue Reading

September Artwork Reveal

In Military History, Featured
In today's blog post, we're looking at three fantastic pieces of artwork from three of our September 2022 titles. Let us know what you think in the comments section and, if you would like to see any artwork from any of our October titles, be sure to mention that too!Continue Reading
Crescent Moon is out now! Still want to find out a little more? Read what the designer Steve Mathers has to say about what what makes his game tick ...Continue Reading
On the blog today author Balázs Mihályi takes us through the background of the siege and why Budapest was a target. Continue Reading
In early June Osprey’s preeminent World War 1 aviation profile artist, Harry Dempsey, passed away following a long battle with chronic lung disease. Born in 1949 and raised in Pitsmoor, near Sheffield, Harry was a graduate of Dewsbury Art College. Moving to London following the completion of his studies, he soon found employment in the art design industry, working for an agency on Bruton Street that sent him to cover fashion shows. He met his future wife, Anna, during this period. Following time in Yorkshire looking after his parents, Harry became the studio art director for Biggs of High Wycombe.Continue Reading

Flashpoints

In Military History, Osprey Adventures
On the blog today, Michael Napier, author of Flashpoints: Air Warfare in the Cold War takes us through what interests him in the subject. Continue Reading

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