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The Bismark, the latest edition of our World War II Military History Magazine, is now available!Continue Reading

Osprey One Day Extravaganza!

In Military History
In an once-in-a-lifetime event, we’re opening the old Osprey offices to all our readers in an epic one day sale!Continue Reading

The SAS War Diary from Extraordinary Editions

In Military History
The SAS War Diary – a history of the legendary unit, by the SAS, for the SAS, and in their own words.Continue Reading

Ronin Competition

In Military History
To mark the release of OWG 4: Ronin, we're giving you the chance to win a box of Ronin figures from North Star.Continue Reading

Campaign Discount Extended

In Military History
Our Campaign discount has been extended until Friday Continue Reading
In this week's photo from May 1914, Belgian soldiers march past the Menin Gate.Continue Reading
In this week's photo, Republican soldiers camouflage a gun during the Spanish Civil War. Continue Reading

Myths and Legends: King Arthur

In Military History
Daniel Mersey's history of the Arthurian legend is now available - here's a sample of the work's excellent artwork.Continue Reading

Osprey moves offices!

In Military History
Osprey HQ is moving to a new address Continue Reading
On a scenic beach in Guam, American Marines move past the sheared remains of a downed Japanese aircraft. Continue Reading

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