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On the blog today, author Andrew Wiest answers a few questions about his new Essential Histories book, including the relevance of Vietnam today and what inspired him to start writing about it.Continue Reading

April Artwork Reveal

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In today's blog post, we're looking at three fantastic pieces of artwork from three of our April 2022 titles. Let us know what you think in the comments section and, if you would like to see any artwork from any of our May titles, be sure to mention that too!Continue Reading

January Book Vote

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The first book vote of 2022 sees five Raid 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 Combat book vote. Continue Reading

America's Few

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In today's blog post, Bill Yenne, author of America’s Few: Marine Aces of the South Pacific, gives a brief overview of the book and what inspired him to tell this story. Continue Reading

Truk: The Fabulous Fortress

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On the blog today, author Mark Lardas gives an introduction to the Japanese's operations on Truk Island, for his recent series title Truk 1944-45Continue Reading
On the blog today, author Mark Lardas explores the design of the .50cal Machine Gun and its crucial role at the the Battle of Bismarck Sea for his recent series title B-25 Mitchell Vs Japanese Destroyer.Continue Reading

The Inca Civil War

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Cuzco 1536–37 is a highly illustrated and detailed study of one of the most important campaigns in the colonization of the Americas, the Spanish conquest of the vast Inca Empire. On the blog today, author Si Sheppard share a section of the book that didn't make it into the book.  Continue Reading

Kurita’s Controversial Decision

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On the blog today, author Mark Stille unpacks the decision making of Vice Admiral Takeo Kurita around the Sho-1 plan for his recent series title Leyte Gulf 1944 (1). Continue Reading

Ed Shames Obituary

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On the blog today, Publisher Kate Moore remembers Colonel Ed ShamesContinue Reading
Today on the blog, Commissioning Editor, Nikolai Bogdanovic concludes our Osprey Team's Top Picks for Christmas with three of his favourite titles on warfare in the 16th and 17th centuries.Continue Reading

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