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Snapdragon

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Today on the blog, author Liesl Bradner discusses her new book Snapdragon: The World War II Exploits of Darby's Ranger and Combat Photographer Phil Stern, as well as letting us know which of Phil Stern's photographs is her favourite. Continue Reading

US Flush-Deck Destroyers 1916–45

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This June sees the publication of Mark Lardas's US Flush-Deck Destroyers 1916–45. Today on the blog, Mark joins us to discuss the life of some of these destroyers following their wartime service.Continue Reading

Father's Day Sale 2018

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With Father's Day fast approaching, we're offering 25% off General Aviation and General Military books and eBooks, as well as our Board & Card Games! Continue Reading
This month's book vote is all about our newest series, Air Campaign. We've seen a great response to this fantastic new series with our first four books in the series, and now we want your opinion on what should join the Air Campaign squadron! Continue Reading

Sneak Peek at August Artwork

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Today we're looking ahead at three of our August titles and taking a sneak peek at some of the artwork featured in them.Continue Reading

Forty Years of Warship

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This year is a very special one for Warship, as Warship 2018, publishing 31 May, is the 40th edition of the journal! Today on the blog we are joined by Warship editor John Jordan, who discusses the annual's history, looking at its beginnings, its changes, and its successes, which is perfect for loyal fans and newcomers to this impressive series. Continue Reading
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

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