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Francis Back 1959–2017

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We are very sorry to hear about the passing of Francis Back. Francis illustrated several books for Osprey including Men-at-Arms 211: Napoleon’s Overseas Army and Men-at-Arms 227: Napoleon’s Sea Soldiers. He was born in Montreal in 1959 and had a distinguished career in illustration and art creating works for books, museums, national parks, magazines and periodicals across Canada, Britain and the USA. Our thoughts are with his family at this time.Continue Reading
By the end of 1945, the world was long overdue for a period of extended peace. But instead of an era of international harmony under the auspices of the newly created United Nations, the collapse of the Axis powers fuelled big power realignments...Continue Reading
It is time to reveal the new titles coming up in Air Vanguard in 2019. We hope you like the list. Please let us know what you think below.Continue Reading

The First Afghan War 1839-42

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Richard Macrory is the author of Campaign 298: The First Afghan 1839-42 publishing on 25 August. In this blog he talks about his personal connection to the campaign, his research for this new book and the links between this 19th century conflict and the present day...Continue Reading

New Book Announcement

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I am very pleased to announce some late drop-ins to our 2016 Publishing schedule across a variety of series. We’ve seen a recent spike in submissions on these topics and the sales team are very enthusiastic so we’d thought we publish them all in the latter half of the year...Continue Reading
An important update regarding the absence of eBooks on the Osprey Site and disruption to our Print-on-Demand titles...Continue Reading
Over the next couple of weeks our change in distributor is going to effect how stock appears on the website. Please read this important update for more information.Continue Reading
As part of Osprey’s ongoing integration with Bloomsbury Publishing, there will be unfortunately some disruption this month in fulfilling orders through the Osprey website.Continue Reading

Introducing Bundling

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Those of you who have been browsing the store today may have noticed a strange box appearing on our product pages...Continue Reading

RIP John Hill

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We are very sad to learn this morning about the passing of John Hill, the wargames designer best known for his Johnny Reb game, and author of our recent Across a Deadly Field series of games.Continue Reading

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