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The Victoria Cross

In Military History, Featured
On the 29 January 1856 Queen Victoria introduced the Victoria Cross, the highest military decoration available to British and Commonwealth forces, to honour acts of valour during the Crimean War...Continue Reading

The United States Marine Corps Memorial

In Military History, Featured
To mark the 240th anniversary of the Marine Corps we thought we would share some photographs of the United States Marine Corps War Memorial, which is dedicated to all personnel of the United States Marine Corps who have given their lives for their country since 1775...Continue Reading
Today marks the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt. To commemorate this famous battle we have organized a day heaped with history for you. Here is the final instalment, a stunning illustration of Henry V diving into the fray...Continue Reading

Agincourt 600: The Killing of the Prisoners

In Military History
Today marks the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt. To commemorate this famous battle we have organized a day heaped with history for you. The third and final stage of the narrative looks at the controversial events that occured at the end of the Battle of Agincourt - the massacre of the French prisoners...Continue Reading
Today marks the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt. To commemorate this famous battle we have organized a day heaped with history for you. In this second part we join the narrative as the vulnerable and half-beaten French first battle march on towards their English opponents...Continue Reading
Today marks the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt. To commemorate this famous battle we have organized a day heaped with history for you, starting with a look at the first phase of the battle - the English advance and French cavalry charges...Continue Reading

Sunday Photo - The Spanish Legion

In Military History, Featured
Today marks the 95th anniversary of the Spanish Legion, an elite unit of the Spanish Army. Since 1920 they have fought in a number of conflicts, including the Rif War, the Spanish Civil War, Iraq and Afghanistan. They are currently engaged in the fight against ISIL...Continue Reading

US Air Force Aircraft Timeline

In Military History, Featured
60 years ago the first cadets were sworn into the US Air Force Academy, initially housed in temporary quarters at Lowry Air Force Base, Denver, Colorado.  To celebrate this anniversary, here is a little timeline showcasing some of the US Air Force’s finest aircraft...Continue Reading
This week Osprey is understandably feeling a little Napoleonic, with the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo coming this Thursday. To mark this historic occasion we have a few little treats for Osprey fans...Continue Reading

70 Years - Victory Parade in Moscow

In Military History, Featured
John Ham is chairman of the Miniature Armoured Fighting Vehicle Association, and is often first in line to review our books when they come out. He was recently in Moscow for the 70th anniversary of Russia’s victory over Nazi Germany, and has kindly provided us with a fantastic blog and some stunning photographs...Continue Reading

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