Sneak Peek at July's Artwork!

In Military History, Featured

Today on the blog we're taking a look at some of the artwork from our July 2019 publications. Let us know what you think in the comments section, and if there are any August publications you'd like to see the artwork from next month be sure to mention it below!

Combat 42: British Airborne Soldier versus Waffen-SS Soldier by David Greentree
Artwork by Peter Dennis

Our first piece of artwork comes from Combat 42: British Airborne Soldier versus Waffen SS Soldier, and was requested by KAL9000. It shows the fight for the Koude Herberg road junction, 20 September 1944, where two platoons from C Coy, 1 Border engaged advancing German forces, knocking out two PzKpfw B2(f) tanks and breaking up the German infantry attack.

Men-at-Arms 527: Roman Army Units in the Western Provinces by Raffaele D’Amato
Artwork by Raffaele Ruggeri

The second piece of artwork comes from Men-at-Arms 527: Roman Army Units in the Western Provinces, depicting three figures as detailed below:

Centre Figure - Aurelius Marcellinus as Dux Alpes Cottiae (?), mid‑3rd century

Right Figure - Eques, Cohors II Raetorum; Sorviodunum, Limes Raeticus, AD 260

Left Figure - Decurio, Cohors II Thracum equitata Pia Fidelis; Cannabiaca, Noricum, AD 250–270

Duel 95: USAF F-105 Thunderchief vs VPAF MiG-17 by Peter E. Davies
Artwork by Jim Laurier

Our final piece of artwork from this month's reveal comes from Duel 95: USAF F-105 Thunderchief vs VPAF MiG-17. It gives us the view from the cockpit of the VPAF MiG-17 as it fires upon an F-105, unleashing the firepower of its single 37mm and twin 23mm cannon.

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PAUL W posted on 28 Apr 2019 11:18:37
Anthem = arnhem, predictive text! If you are taking requests for August could I ask for Kos and Leros 1943, please.
PAUL W posted on 19 Apr 2019 19:30:26
Nice artwork. I was hoping the anthem book would have had the paras defending the bridge, hopefully there will be one in the book.

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