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April's Eastern Front Discount

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To celebrate Between Giants: The Battle for The Baltics in World War II, the upcoming book from Prit Buttar, we're offering discounts on a selection of Eastern Front books - but only until the end of April.Continue Reading

New eBooks for April!

In Military History
New eBooks for April! Continue Reading

Final SITREP from Afghanistan

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In the last of his reports from Afghanistan, Mike Walling thanks the serving men and women who have made his journey possible.  Continue Reading
In the last of our series of Combat blogs, author David Greentree talks about airborne warfare and the clash between British Paratroopers and German FallschirmjägerContinue Reading

New Artwork Day!

In Military History
We reveal artwork from some of our upcoming books...Continue Reading

Review Blog - 12th March

In Military History
At Osprey, we're proud of our books, no more so than when they get a good review from specialist readers! Here are some of the very kind reviews we've had for our latest releases.Continue Reading
Author Laurence Spring talks about researching the combat experience of soldier at Krasnoe, Leipzig and Craonne.Continue Reading
Osprey author Sean McLachlan encounters artifacts of Iraq's Ottoman pastContinue Reading

Sunday Photo - Caption Competition

In Military History
  OK it's not really a photo - it's a sneak-peek at artwork from WAR 167: Early Aegean Warrior 3000–1450 BC - but there is a caption competition Continue Reading
In the first our interviews with the authors of upcoming series Combat, Ian Knight reveals the challenges of writing for a brand new series and why he focused on the battles of Nyezane, Khambula and Isandlwana.Continue Reading

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