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On 17 May 1943, Operation Chastise, or the ‘Dam Busters raid’, was executed. Today marks the 75th anniversary of the famous raid, which saw Royal Air Force No. 617 Squadron using Barnes Wallis’s ‘bouncing bomb’ on the Möhne Dam and Eder Dam, as well as the Sorpe and Ennepe Dams.Continue Reading

Sneak Peek at July's Artwork

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Today we have another artwork reveal, but this time we're taking a sneak peek into July releases.Continue Reading
Today's guest blog post is from Thomas McKelvey Cleaver, author of Tidal Wave: From Leyte Gulf to Tokyo Bay. Here Thomas discusses how the USS Laffey earned the nickname 'The Ship That Would Not Die' during World War II.Continue Reading
New Vanguard is the featured series of May's Book Vote, and as always we're showcasing five fascinating book ideas for you to choose from.Continue Reading

Anzac Day 2018

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Today, 25 April, marks the 102nd anniversary since the first Anzac Day.Continue Reading

Sneak Peek at June's Artwork

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Who’s ready to take a sneak peek at some of the exciting new artwork featured in our upcoming books?Continue Reading

Christopher Orlebar

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Christopher Orlebar, the fantastic author behind The Concorde Story, sadly passed away in February. Continue Reading
We've teamed up with the incredible YouTube channel Epic History TV once again, as they bring you a fantastic new series. Continue Reading
Men-at-Arms is back in the book vote, but which title gets your vote?Continue Reading
This month sees the centenary of the RAF, the world's first independence air force. To get in the mood for this celebration, we have put together a playlist of classic songs that help celebrate the history and spirit of the RAF.Continue Reading

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