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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

Warship 2021 Q & A

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For over 40 years, Warship has been the leading annual resource on the design, development, and deployment of the world's combat ships. Featuring a broad range of articles from a select panel of distinguished international contributors, this latest volume combines original research, new book reviews, warship notes, an image gallery, and much more. John Jordan has been the editor of the annual publication for over 15 years, including the latest volume, 'Warship 2021', which publishes today. Today on the blog, he answers a few of our questions about some of the content in this year's edition and what he envisions for this iconic periodical's future. Continue Reading

RAF Tornado Units of Gulf War I

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The Panavia Tornado GR 1 and F 3 bore the brunt of RAF operational tasking (and combat losses) during the first Gulf War in 1991. On the blog today, Michael Napier, author of the upcoming Combat Aircraft title, 'RAF Tornado Units of Gulf War I', gives a brief overview of this aircraft's role in the Gulf WarContinue Reading
On the blog today, Charles D. Melson, author of the upcoming Campaign title, 'Vietnam 1972: Quang Tri' shares how this title came about.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 last week’s post, he described what Brunanburh was and how the search for the site began. Today he talks about shovels in the ground...Continue Reading
Napoleon Bonaparte is renowned as one of the great military commanders in history, and the central figure in so many of the events of the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars. Throughout the first decade of the 19th century he won battle after battle by wielding the Grande Armée decisively against the other powers of Europe. Yet his fortunes changed in 1812 when the invasion of Russia wrecked his forces, and Napoleon suffered his final defeat at Waterloo in 1815. Following his crushing loss, he was exiled to the remote island of Saint Helena where he died on 5 May 1821. To commemorate this bicentenary, we've pulled up some artwork from a few of his campaigns.Continue Reading
Today marks the 550th anniversary of the Battle of Tewkesbury, one of the defining conflicts of the Wars of the Roses. To commemorate this anniversary, we look back at some of the battles and skirmishes from across the Wars.Continue Reading
This month's book vote sees five land-based New Vanguard titles battling for your vote. Read the full descriptions and cast your vote by clicking on the link below.Continue Reading

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