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Book Diaries - Writing the Book

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In the latest instalment of the Osprey Book Diaries author Mark Lardas talks about writing the book...Continue Reading

New Artwork from May Books!

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It's time for the new artwork reveal, with three stunning plates from our May 2016 releases...Continue Reading

Book Diaries - The Cutaway

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Mark Lardas talks about creating the cutaway plates for New Vanguard series books in the latest instalment of the Book Diaries...Continue Reading

Book Diaries - Battlescenes

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Mark Lardas returns with the next instalment of the Osprey Book Diaries, this one looking at briefing the battlescenes and 'technicals' in New Vanguard books...Continue Reading

The Book Diaries - The Cuxhaven Raid

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A special Christmas instalment of the Book Diaries looking at the Cuxhaven Raid, the first time the Royal Navy launched an air strike against a ground base using ship-borne aircraft...Continue Reading

The First Kamikaze Strike

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On 21 October 1944 the first official Kamikaze strike took place, with the HMAS Australia hit and damaged by a Kamikaze attack. These suicide attacks were the scourge of the US fleet at Iwo Jima and Okinawa, with the Japanese armed forces building upon their initial success with weapons specially developed for Kamikaze attacks...Continue Reading

October Book Vote 2015

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A new month is upon us, which means it's time to take a look at the result of the September Book Vote and look at the October vote...Continue Reading

The USS Nautilus (SSN-571)

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On 30 September 1954 the USS Nautilus (SSN-571) was commissioned, with Commander Eugene P. Wilkinson taking command. It was the world's first operational nuclear submarine, capable of remaining submerged for far longer than diesel-fuelled vessels...Continue Reading

The Book Diaries - Let's Talk Plates

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Mark Lardas tells us about the process of putting together artist's briefs to produce plates for World War I Seaplanes and Aircraft Carriers in the latest instalment of the Book Diaries...Continue Reading

September Book Vote 2015

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A new month is upon us, which means it is time to announce the new book vote and give the results from last month...Continue Reading

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