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Men-at-Arms is back in the book vote, but which title gets your vote?Continue Reading

Francis Back 1959–2017

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We are very sorry to hear about the passing of Francis Back. Francis illustrated several books for Osprey including Men-at-Arms 211: Napoleon’s Overseas Army and Men-at-Arms 227: Napoleon’s Sea Soldiers. He was born in Montreal in 1959 and had a distinguished career in illustration and art creating works for books, museums, national parks, magazines and periodicals across Canada, Britain and the USA. Our thoughts are with his family at this time.Continue Reading
Unfamiliar with the First Carlist War? Want to know more about our newest Men-at-Arms book? Today on the blog we speak with author of MAA 515: Armies of the First Carlist War 1833-39, Gabriele Esposito, about his newest book. Continue Reading
It's time for another interview on the Osprey blog - today we're talking with author of MAA 513: Dutch Armies of the 80 Years’ War 1568–1648 (2): Cavalry, Artillery & Engineers, Bouko de Groot. Continue Reading

An Interview with Gabriele Esposito

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Today on the blog, we speak with Gabriele Esposito, author of Armies of the Italian Wars of Unification 1848–70 (1): Piedmont and the Two Sicilies, who discusses his latest book, as well as the recently announced Armies of the Italian Wars of Unification 1848–70 (2).   Continue Reading

Osprey's Big Reveal: Men-at-Arms

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Today’s post is the first in a series called the Big Reveal. Every August we unveil what’s coming to Osprey in 2018, and kicking off this year’s is our longest-running series, Men-at-Arms.Continue Reading
This month's book vote looks at our Men-At-Arms series, as we present 4 new potential titles that are vying for your vote...Continue Reading

Osprey's Big Reveal: Men-at-Arms

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Kicking off our Big Reveal this year is a look at our longest-running series - Men-at-Arms...Continue Reading

Armies of the Greek-Turkish War

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In the aftermath of World War I the Ottoman Empire paid dearly for their disastrous decision to join the Central Powers to fight against the Allies. Vast swathes of land were lost through the ensuing armistice, leaving the once great Ottoman Empire a shell of its former self...Continue Reading

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