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Osprey's Big Reveal: Men-at-Arms

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Our Big Reveal continues with our Men-at-Arms series. Read on to find out which seven books will be publishing in 2020 and let us know in the comments which titles you're looking forward to the mostContinue Reading
At the end of June we'll be publishing a new Bolt Action Campaign book focusing on Operation Overlord, allowing players to recreate crucial battles, from the scaling of Pointe-du-Hoc and the assault on Pegasus Bridge, to the landings on the Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno, and Sword beaches. This week we're taking a look at the German troops that attempted to beat back the Allied invasion, giving you useful references to help you prepare your forces.Continue Reading
We're delving back into Osprey Publishings extensive military history backlist to take a look at how US troops were equipped for Operation Overlord!Continue Reading
At the end of June we'll be publishing a new Bolt Action Campaign book focusing on Operation Overlord, allowing players to recreate crucial, battles from the scaling of Pointe-du-Hoc and the assault on Pegasus Bridge, to the landings on the Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno, and Sword beaches.Continue Reading
In this blog we're looking at the uniforms of the Royal Hungarian Army to help you prepare your forces for Bolt Action: Campaign: Fortress Budapest, with artwork taken from Men-at-Arms 449: The Royal Hungarian Army in World War II , written by Dr Nigel Thomas & László Pál Szábó. The artwork is by Darko Pavlovic.Continue Reading
Last month saw the publication of Marc Lohnstein's new Men-at-Arms title, Royal Netherlands East Indies Army 1936–42, which looks at the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army before and during World War II. Marc joins us on the blog today to discuss Men-at-Arms 521, providing an insight into the conflict facing the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army throughout this period.Continue Reading

Osprey's Big Reveal: Men-at-Arms

In Military History, Featured
Every August we unveil what’s coming to Osprey in the coming year, and today marks the start of this year's Big Reveal. We thought we'd kick things off with our longest-running series, Men-at-Arms.Continue Reading

Gerry Embleton Retires

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It's a sad day for Osprey, and for me personally, but we have to announce that after 43 years as a greatly valued contributor to our Men-at-Arms and other series, Gerry Embleton has decided that he can no longer take on regular book illustration contracts...Continue Reading
Men-at-Arms is back in the book vote, but which title gets your vote?Continue Reading

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