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Graham Turner's half-century!

In Military History
In the week that legendary Osprey artist Graham Turner celebrates his 50th birthday, he is also celebrating his contribution to over 50 Osprey books since he began working with us!Every day, he will be posting a piece of artwork from one of his half-century of Osprey books. Read on to find out more!Continue Reading
It's been aeons since our last caption competition.It's time to bring it back, methinks!Continue Reading
So Combat is a full six titles old. Our fledgeling series is growing up! This month we've had lots of Combat related goodies and will continue to provide them for as long as the 20% website series discount lasts. Thus, it seemed only fair to make this Friday list a bit special.   Continue Reading
Get a free look at 'Collision of Empires', the WWI Eastern Front epic that shines new light on the titanic scale of the fighting that took place on 'the other side' of Europe.Read on to get a PDF download!Continue Reading
You lucky devils you! Feast your eyes on this, the second New Artwork Day this month! What with the 20% combat discount this month, author contributions, awful jokes and more juicy tidbits yet to come, you might have noticed a bit of a theme developing (HINT: the theme is Combat!)So with that in mind, we just couldn't resist giving you another sneak peak of artwork, this time from a Combat title not yet released: Combat 8, US Marine versus Japanese Infantryman!  Continue Reading

An Osprey map is born...

In Military History
Just a quick blog to celebrate the birth of another of our great series maps!Continue Reading

Jim Martin Jumps...and speaks!

In Military History
You may or may not be aware of the astonishing feat recently achieved by 93-year-old veteran Jim 'Pee Wee' Martin. To commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day, Jim completed a parachute drop into Normandy on Friday 6th June, just as he did 70 years previously.Continue Reading
Lindsay Powell, author of the stunning Combat 6 'Roman Soldier vs. Germanic warrior' lifts the lid on his wider knowledge around the topic. It's an essential bit of  background reading for all those interested in the Roman/Germanic wars of the 1st century AD...do read on!Continue Reading
Well, the World Cup is upon us. It's a great occasion, loaded with a rich tradition, where each participant nation has a chance of glory untold!But over the years, there have been some fierce battles, both in the group games and the knockout stages. One clash we've been anticipating all year here at the Osprey HQ is England's first group game fixture tonight - against Italy in Manaus, Brazil.Continue Reading
Today's Friday list is admittedly influenced by all the World War I centenary media coverage at the moment. The term 'War Poet' has come to refer almost exclusively to the generation of poets that fought in, and wrote about, the Great War. But there have been others...I've always found war poetry to be very powerful, and didn't view the inevitable focus on it in A-level English as a chore at all! So I've picked the best war poems of all time, but I'm looking forward to hearing other suggestions from our fans! One of my selections can be found within the pages of an Osprey book... Continue Reading

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