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Today on the blog we welcome resident Osprey author Lindsay Powell., as he uncovers the story of The Bar Kokhba War (AD 132–136)... Continue Reading

Music and Madness - a Prohibition Era Playlist

In Osprey Games
Mad Dogs with Guns provides you with everything you need for wargaming in the gangster era, but to add a little more flavour to your games stick our prohibition playlist on in the background. Turf-wars and smash-and-grab raids feel a lot more satisfying when accompanied by Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway and some of the other greats from the 1920s and 30s...Continue Reading
What book would you like to join our Weapon series? Have your say in this month's book vote!Continue Reading
As we near the end of June, it's time to take an exclusive look at some of the amazing artwork featured in our upcoming series books...Continue Reading
Today marks the 112th anniversary of the mutiny of sailors aboard the Russian Battleship Potemkin. This incident, taking place during the middle of the Russo-Japanese War, sparked a wave of mass political and social unrest, and was one of the first acts of the Russian Revolution of 1905...Continue Reading
This month sees the release of Combat 25: Canadian Corps Soldier versus Royal Bavarian Soldier by Stephen Bull. The latest addition to our Combat series focuses on the three notable encounters between the Canadian Corps and the Royal Bavarian Army during World War I... Continue Reading

The Battle of Shanghai 1937

In Military History, Featured
In today's blog post, Benjamin Lai looks into the Battle of Shanghai and how July 1937 marked the beginning of World War II for the Chinese. Continue Reading
In the following blog, author Mark Chambers reveals the sources of inspiration and motivation for writing Nakajima B5N ‘Kate’ and B6N ‘Jill’ Units...Continue Reading
Today, 6th June 2017, marks the 73rd anniversary of the landings of D-Day. The largest amphibious military operation ever mounted, by the end of D-Day, the Atlantic Wall had been breached with the US Army's V Corps firmly entrenched on French soil...Continue Reading

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