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December 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 December 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 January titles, be sure to mention that too!Continue Reading

UH-1 Huey Gunships vs NVA/VC Forces

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On the blog today, author Peter E. Davies gives a brief overview of the UH-1 Iroquois (‘Huey'), the subject of his new Duel title, 'UH-1 Huey Gunship vs NVA/VC Forces'.Continue Reading
This month's book vote sees five Duel titles battling for your vote. Read the full descriptions and cast your vote by clicking on the link below. Plus, check out the results of last month's Men At Arms book vote. Continue Reading

Kurdish Armour against ISIS

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The US-backed Kurdish YPG/SDF fought on the front line of the war against Islamic State for five years. The upcoming New Vanguard title, Kurdish Armour Against ISIS reveals how they developed their own armoured force using captured tanks, homebuilt armour and 'technicals', and the role they played in the defeat of 'Daesh'. On the blog today, authors Ed Nash and Alaric Searle discuss how this title came about and the challenges they faced. Continue Reading
Have you had a chance to play John-Matthew DeFoggi's bronze age roleplaying game, Jackals: The Fall of the Children of Bronze? Today we open up the world of Jackals with a free bonus adventure written by J-M Defoggi himself. This three act adventure explores the lives of the Unblooded Jackals and is a perfect addition to any campaign. Download it today!Continue Reading
On the anniversary of the Battle of Stamford Bridge, Don Hollway, the author of The Last Viking, has given an analysis of the events that took place on the legendary battlefield. He uses his extensive knowledge of Harald Hardrada, learnt from the range of Byzantine account, Norse sagas, and Hardrada's own writings. Learn more about what happened in Harald Hardrada's final moments here.  Find out more about The Last Viking, and purchase a copy from our website hereContinue Reading

November 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 November 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 December titles, be sure to mention that too!Continue Reading
Ahead of the publication of his latest release Holland 1940, Ryan K. Noppen gives us insight into the Dutch Airforce and the drive for its modernisation at the eve of the Second World War. Full of amazing artwork, read more to learn about the aircrafts selected to expand the Air Service of the Royal Dutch Army.  Holland 1940 publishes on Sep 16. Click here to find out more and pre-order your copy. Continue Reading

The First Afghan War 1839-42

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Richard Macrory is the author of Campaign 298: The First Afghan War 1839-42  In the light of the current events in Afghanistan and the recent withdrawal of US and NATO forces in mind, in this updated blog he talks about his personal connection to the campaign, his research for the book and the links between this 19th century conflict and the present day.Continue Reading
 On the blog today, Myke Cole discusses the continued interest and relevance of Ancient Spartans in the modern day. His insight comes from a deep passion for challenging the misconceptions that surround the Classical warriors, something that he explores adeptly in his latest title, The Bronze Lie.     Continue Reading

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