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2020 Origins Awards Nominees Announced!

In Osprey Games
The 2020 Origins Awards Nominees have been announced, and we are delighted to see 5 of our games included in the line up. On the blog today we'll be looking at each of them in a little more detail! Continue Reading

D-Day Extract

In Military History, Featured
D-Day, the first book in our new Under Fire series, publishes 23 January. Keep reading for an exclusive extract from the book.Continue Reading

D-Day Extracts

In Military History, Featured
The D-Day landings were one of the most complex operations of the war, and marked a key turning point in the campaign to liberate “Fortress Europe” from Nazi control. Hundreds and thousands of troops took part in the invasion, whether fighting on the beaches, manning the vast armada of ships, or providing vital support from the air. Over the years, Osprey has published many extraordinary personal stories of the men and women who took part in this historic day, and to conclude our D-Day coverage we have drawn together three extracts which offer a snapshot of just some of their experiences.Continue Reading
Today is the 75th Anniversary of the D-Day landings. We have been marking this anniversary with a series of blogs and today we are pleased to offer you three freely downloadable desktop backgrounds.Continue Reading

Juno Beach

In Military History
Today is the 75th Anniversary of the D-Day landings. To commemorate this anniversary of the landings, we look at the key assaults that occurred that day using a few extracts from Steven Zaloga’s Atlas of the European Campaigns 1944-45. This blog post examines the events on Juno Beach.Continue Reading

Omaha Beach

In Military History
Today is the 75th Anniversary of the D-Day landings. To commemorate this anniversary of the landings, we look at the key assaults that occurred that day using a few extracts from Steven Zaloga’s Atlas of the European Campaigns 1944-45. This blog post examines the events on Omaha Beach.Continue Reading

Utah Beach

In Military History
Today is the 75th Anniversary of the D-Day landings. To commemorate this anniversary of the landings, we look at the key assaults that occurred that day using a few extracts from Steven Zaloga’s Atlas of the European Campaigns 1944-45. This blog post examines the events on Utah Beach.Continue Reading

Naval Bombardment on D-Day

In Military History
Today is the 75th Anniversary of the D-Day landings. To commemorate this anniversary of the landings, we look at the key assaults that occurred that day using a few extracts from Steven Zaloga’s Atlas of the European Campaigns 1944-45. This blog post examines the naval bombardment used by the Allies.Continue Reading

Allied Deception Prior to D-Day

In Military History
Today is the 75th Anniversary of the D-Day landings. To commemorate this anniversary of the landings, we look at the key assaults that occurred that day using a few extracts from Steven Zaloga’s Atlas of the European Campaigns 1944-45. This blog post examines the German assessment of Allied divisions in the UK prior to D-Day.Continue Reading

Sword Beach

In Military History
Today is the 75th Anniversary of the D-Day landings. To commemorate this anniversary of the landings, we look at the key assaults that occurred that day using a few extracts from Steven Zaloga’s Atlas of the European Campaigns 1944-45. This blog post examines the events on Sword Beach.Continue Reading

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