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In today's blog post, Kulikovo 1380 author, Mark Galeotti, writes about how this relatively unknown battle to the west has become mythologised in Russia and utilised for political purposes, telling the story of how a daring Russian force defeated the military superpower of the day... Continue Reading

The Horror of the Fire Raid

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In today's blog post, Mark Lardas joins us once again, this time exploring the firebombing raids against Japan in the 1940s. The bombing raids are the focus of his new book Japan 1944–45, which examines the air campaign that incinerated Japan's cities.Continue Reading

Up to 70% Off Sale

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Now is the perfect time to add to your Osprey collection because until 28 February, we've got thousands of books, eBooks and games discounted!Continue Reading

The Redeemed by Tim Pears

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Today on the blog we are joined by Tim Pears, whose new book The Redeemed takes a fictional look at the Battle of Jutland and the scuttling of the German fleet at Scapa Flow. Continue Reading

Sneak Peek at April's Artwork

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For our first artwork reveal of the year, we're looking ahead into April, in which we're publishing three series books. Take a look below and let us know your favourite! Continue Reading

A New American Army Goes To War

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In David Campbell's newest Combat book, US Soldier vs Afrikakorps Soldier, he explores the opposing sides of the Tunisian campaign during World War II. Today on the blog, David examines the context behind these two forces: the new-to-combat US soldiers and the divided Afrikakorps.  Continue Reading

Napoleon's Great Blunder: Spain 1808

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Take a look at Epic History TV's newest video on the Battle of Corunna and Napoleon's attempt to seize Spain in 1808.Continue Reading
Today on the blog, Ryan K. Noppen, author of French Battleships 1914–45, writes about the lesser known aerial dimension of the British Royal Navy's Operation Catapult during World War II.   Continue Reading
Kicking off our book vote in 2019 is our New Vanguard series. As with every month, there are five books to choose between. Have a read of the descriptions and cast your vote!Continue Reading

Film 2019

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For the past couple of years, we have shared with you our film-picks for the coming year, and 2019 is no different. We’ve a list of five military history-related films that are currently set for release this year that you may not have head of, and are definitely worth keeping an eye-out for.Continue Reading

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