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Telegraph WWI archives

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A great World War I project from British newspaper The Daily TelegraphContinue Reading

Offers in November - don't miss out!

In Military History
This is just a brief heads up about a couple of deals we have running currently. If you like the look of any of the books on offer, please make the most of it before the month is out!Continue Reading

Christmas shopping? Important notice!

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If you are perusing the Osprey catalogue for potential Christmas gifts for yourself or others, please take note...Continue Reading

The French at Quatre Bras

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Waterloo(1) Quatre Bras: part of a new CAM trilogy focusing on the Battle of Waterloo, is out this week. In the build-up to the book's release, author John Franklin has written a mini-series of articles built around first-hand accounts of the fighting at Quatre Bras, from soldiers of various separate national contingents. Today's blog sees the final instalment of the series, and it focuses on the experiences of the French - of course!Continue Reading
25% off 6 selected Osprey series for this weekend only! Continue Reading

New artwork day

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Is there any day better than new artwork day? Not in my book! Continue Reading

Happy Birthday, Royal Marines!

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Just a quick reminder that the British Royal Marines are 350 years old today! Continue Reading
John Franklin is back with more great research. This is the third in his series of articles on the various national contingents who fought at Quatre Bras. Just like the previous pieces on the Nassau contingent and the Brunswickers, this one features enthralling first-hand accounts from men in the thick of the action. Enjoy!Continue Reading

Last UK base in Helmand vacated

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UK & US troops leave Afghanistan after 13 yearsContinue Reading

The top five Women-at-Arms

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Throughout the ages, history has thrown up some truly formidable female fighters. Today's Friday list is dedicated to them. Continue Reading

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