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In today's blog post, Chis McNab, author of Weapons of the US Special Operations Command, recounts his and SOCOM operators' experiences using firearms and introduces the weapons used in warfare. Continue Reading
In today’s blog post, we're looking at some of the artwork from our October 2019 titles. Let us know what you think in the comments section. If there are any November publications you'd like to see the artwork from, be sure to mention it too!Continue Reading
Today on the blog, authors Kelly DeVries and Niccolò Capponi, of Castagnaro 1387 give a fascinating overview of how their study on the battle of Castagnaro challenges the original narrative.Continue Reading
In today's blog post, Stephen Turnbull, Osprey author and guest host of Geek Nation's Feudal Japan Tour, looks at some of the best and most loved castles in Japan.Continue Reading
A century ago, on 2 July 1919, the R34 began the first double crossing of the Atlantic by airship. A perilous voyage with a stowaway, a kitten and an engine held together with chewing gum.Continue Reading
This month the book vote looks at the Campaign series, with five new books battling for your vote. Read more about the full list of options below and cast your vote by clicking the on the link included!Continue Reading
The Treaty of Versailles was signed exactly 100 years ago, ending World War I. To commemorate this centenary, we look at the reactions and the aftermath to the treaty with an extract from Prit Buttar's The Splintered Empires.Continue Reading
The Treaty of Versailles was signed exactly 100 years ago, ending World War I. To commemorate this centenary, we look at an extract from Alistair McCluskey's Amiens 1918: The Black Day of the German Army focussing on the aftermath of the battle of Amiens that ultimately led to the end of the war. The battle was a turning point of World War I, confirming to all that the strategic initiative had decisively returned to the Allies. It also demonstrated the arrival of new strategic, tactical and operational methods of attack for the AlliesContinue Reading
Today on the blog, Aaron S. Hamilton gives an intriguing introduction to the U-1105 “Black Panther,” which is the topic of his book, German submarine U-1105 'Black Panther': The Naval Archaeology of a U-boat. Continue Reading
Today on the blog, we're joined by Stephen Turnbull, Osprey author and guest host of Geek Nation's Feudal Japan Tour, who briefly recounts the 'romantic' rivalry between Takeda Shingen and Uesugi Kenshin.Continue Reading

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