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Fritigern’s Big Trick

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The upcoming Combat title, 'Late Roman Infantryman vs Gothic Warrior' is a fascinating read that assesses the Roman and Gothic forces that clashed in three momentous battles at a pivotal moment in the history of the later Roman Empire. In today's blog post, author Murray Dahm explores the deceptiveness of the Gothic leader, Fritiegern.Continue Reading
In 'Luftwaffe Special Weapons 1942–45', leading Luftwaffe historian Robert Forsyth examines the many different types of weapons that comprised the Luftwaffe's increasingly potent arsenal during the second half of the war. On the blog today, Robert recounts how this fantastic new title came about.Continue Reading

Father's Day Gift Guide

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Are you looking for a great gift for your dad this Father’s Day? Whether he’s a naval history buff or a World War II aircraft enthusiast, an armchair Churchillian or an Airsoft hobbyist, we’ve got the book for him – and the board game too! Check out the list below for some inspiration. Continue Reading
'Leuctra 371 BC' is a detailed new study that explores the battle of Leuctra and the tactics that ultimately led to the complete defeat of Sparta, and freed Greece from domination by Sparta in a single afternoon. On the blog today, author Murray Dahm looks at the Theban Sacred Band, who led the Theban Phalanx to victory.Continue Reading
This month, the book vote looks at the Weapon series, with five new books competing for your vote. Read more about the full list of options before casting your vote by clicking on the link below! Plus, check out the results of last month's New Vanguard book vote below. Continue Reading
'Battle Tactics of the American Revolution' is an absorbing study that investigates the various participants’ battlefield tactics, casting light on how tactical theory and battlefield experience shaped the conduct of battle in the American Revolution. In today's blog post, author Robbie MacNiven gives a brief overview of some of the forces involved in this conflict and their tactics. Continue Reading

August Artwork Reveal 2021

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In today's blog post, we're looking at three fantastic pieces of artwork from three of our August 2021 titles. Let us know what you think in the comments section and, if you would like to see any artwork from any of our September titles, be sure to mention that too!Continue Reading
NVG 295: "SAS Combat Vehicles 1942–91" is set to publish this Thursday. Unfortunately, there is an error in plate E where the caption is incorrect. Please note that this error has already been corrected in the PDF and ePub files that are available on the website. For those of you who have already received your copy of the book, you can find the errata posted below. We're really sorry for any inconvenience this has caused.Continue Reading
Professor Michael Livingston is the author of 'Never Greater Slaughter: Brunanburh and the Birth of England', the remarkable story of a forgotten fight for England’s survival. In a series of posts for Osprey, he’s sharing parts of the tale. Today, he wonders about the connection between Beowulf and the great battle… …Continue Reading
Professor Michael Livingston is the author of 'Never Greater Slaughter: Brunanburh and the Birth of England', the remarkable story of a forgotten fight for England’s survival. In previous posts, he described what Brunanburh was and how the search for the site has begun to bear fruit. Today, he talks about his biggest question now …Continue Reading

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