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Free eBooks: Week 2

In Military History, Featured
Many people all over the world are staying at home to combat the spread of COVID-19. While self-isolation might be a bit daunting, it’s also a great opportunity to catch up on your reading. To help pass the time, we are giving customers five free eBooks each week for four weeks. Read through this week's options, add the eBook to your basket and use the code FREEBOOKS2 at checkout to get your free eBooks. Continue Reading

Constantinople AD 717–18

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On the blog today, Si Sheppard looks at what might have happened had Constantinople fallen in 717 following the siege of Constantinople AD 717–18, the subject of his new book. Continue Reading

Sneak Peek at June's Artwork

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On the blog today, we’re looking at three great pieces of artwork from a few of our June books. Continue Reading

Sneak Peek at May's Artwork

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On today’s blog post, we’re looking at three fantastic pieces of artwork from a few of our May books. Let us know what you think and if there are any June titles you want to see art from in the comments section below!Continue Reading

Sneak Peek at April's Artwork

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Today on the blog, we're looking at a few wonderful pieces of artwork from three of our April 2020 books. Let us know what you think in the comments section. If there are any May titles you would like to see the artwork from, don't forget to mention that tooContinue Reading

Sneak Peek at February's Artwork

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On today's blog post, we're looking at three fantastic pieces of artwork from a few of our February 2020 titles. Let us know what you think in the comments section. If there are any March titles you would like to see artwork from, be sure to mention that too!Continue Reading

Sneak Peek at January's Artwork

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Today on the blog we're looking at some of the artwork from the last of our 2019 titles. Let us know what you think in the comments section.Continue Reading

The Paraguayan War 1864–1870

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The Paraguayan War, also known as the War of the Triple Alliance, was the largest and most important military conflict in the history of South America, after the Wars of Independence, and its only true 'continental' war. In this blog post, Gabriele Esposito, author of The Paraguayan War 1864–70, gives a brief overview of the war. Continue Reading

Nieuwpoort 1600

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In today's blog post, Bouko de Groot talks about his most recent title, publishing 19th September 2019: Campaign 334: Nieuwpoort 1600: The first modern battle.  Continue Reading

The Long March

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Today on the blog Benjamin Lai, author of The Long March 1934–35, writes about a chapter of history, although much revered in China, the details, and especially military aspect, of this campaign was largely ignored in the West. This book is the first book in English to tell the story of the Long March from a military angle.Continue Reading

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