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Website Updates

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This month, we have added some new features to our website to ensure it is easier for you to find the book you're looking for. After many requests, you can now filter by series and period.Continue Reading
Eric Poole recounts how he discovered the story of forgotten hero, Leslie Sabo Jr., and how the discovery led to his book, Company of Heroes.Continue Reading
After the success of our World War II Miniature Modelling Competition, we're inviting you to submit your work once again for the chance to win new Osprey titles!Continue Reading
Last month, we invited you to share with us pictures of your models and figures, to showcase how our titles have inspired your work. We finally have our winner!Continue Reading
This month's book vote focuses on our Duel series, with five new titles vying for your vote. Have a read of our brief descriptions below and let us know which you'd like to see published, by voting in our poll. Continue Reading

Film 2017 - World War Two

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Happy New Year everyone! Today’s post has been one of my favourites to put together, as it has involved watching plenty of film trailers. I am now convinced we have some amazing war films coming our way in 2017.Continue Reading

Sneak Peek at March's Artwork

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As we welcome the New Year, it’s time to look at some exclusive artwork that will be featured in some of our March 2017 books.Continue Reading

Hōshō - The Phoenix in Flight

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On 27th December 1922 the Japanese aircraft carrier Hōshō is commissioned. Not only was this the first aircraft carrier of the Imperial Japanese Navy, but it was also the first purpose built aircraft carrier to be commissioned in the world.Continue Reading

Merry Christmas!

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Merry Christmas, everyone!Continue Reading

The Battle of Verdun 100th Anniversary

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Today marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the Battle of Verdun. Both sides suffered heavy casualties, and whilst it was a victory for the French, it remains one of the largest and longest battles of the First World WarContinue Reading

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