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Bolt Action: Campaign: Battle of France is the latest supplement to the award-winning World War II wargames rules, giving players the opportunity to take command of the bitter fighting or france, from Fall Gelb and the British withdrawal from Dunkirk to the decisive Fall Rot. In this blog, we delve into Osprey Publishing's Men At Arms series to give you some great reference points for painting French, German, British, and Italian troops for this period.Continue Reading
Bolt Action: Campaign: Battle of France is the latest supplement to the World War II Wargames Rules, allowing players to take command of the bitter fighting for France, and to refight the key battles of this campaign. The extract below is taken from the introduction, setting the scene for what is to come!Continue Reading

Sneak Peek at December's Artwork

In Military History, Featured
The three books featured in today's Artwork Reveal are publishing in December, and are taken from our New Vanguard, Elite and Campaign series. Take a look at the incredible images, and let us know which of our upcoming December books has caught your attention...Continue Reading
This month's book vote sees five Campaign book suggestions pitted against each other.Continue Reading

Osprey's Big Reveal: Campaign

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Get ready for it because here comes an epic list of new Campaign books, all publishing in 2019! There's 14 new book descriptions below to whet your appetite. Which will be added to your Osprey Publishing collection?Continue Reading

The Solomons 1943-44

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Uncover more about one of the bloodiest campaigns of the Pacific War, as we are joined by the author of The Solomons 1943–44, Mark Stille. Continue Reading

Five Historic Military Sieges

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Saturday 27 January marked 74 years since the Siege of Leningrad, which has had us looking back at some of the most notable sieges in military history that have been covered by us here at Osprey...Continue Reading
It's time to introduce this month's new book vote! Continue Reading

Why a Campaign on Nashville 1864?

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Today on the blog we welcome back Mark Lardas, who discusses his latest book CAM 314: Nashville 1864, and dispels popular misconceptions about its link to the March to the Sea.  Continue Reading

Osprey's Big Reveal: Campaign

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It's time to take a look into what's joining our Campaign series in 2018!Continue Reading

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