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Sunday Photo - The First Balkan War

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On 18 October Bulgaria declared war on the Ottoman Empire, joining a host of other European countries in the First Balkan War. Overshadowed by the First World War, this conflict saw the Ottomans fighting against the Balkan League (Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia and Montenegro) in a clash that would see the Ottoman Empire lose large portions of its European territories...Continue Reading
Tom Owen-Evans is back with the third and final part of his post on Philip of Macedon. This week, Philip's other strategies:Continue Reading
Tom Owen-Evans returns with the second part of his post on Philip of Macedon. This week, Philip's use of cavalry and knowledge of Greek warfare.Continue Reading
Every so often we unchain our editorial team from the rowing benches, allow them to stow their oars and dish out some bread and water. The more dedicated among them use this respite to write us some blog posts. So, welcome Tom Owen-Evans with the first of a three part blog on Philip II of Macedon, who has been overshadowed by his more famous son...Continue Reading

Osprey illustrator featured in Huffington post

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One of Osprey's very own artists has his work featured in an article on the recent Greek elections. Check out the article here and keep  your eyes peeled for more illustration goodies later in the week. Continue Reading

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