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Sunday Photo - Sherman's March to the Sea

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On 15 November 1864 Union General William Tecumseh Sherman began his famous March to the Sea, leaving behind him the smouldering ruins of Atlanta. His aim was to apply the principles of ‘scorched earth’ warfare in a campaign against the Confederate states, crippling their production capabilities and destroying their supply lines to bring an early end to the war...Continue Reading
Osprey's very own Richard Sullivan headed over to Normandy for the D-Day weekend. He came back with some great photos and this fantastic blog post!Continue Reading
Stewart Larking is Head of Design here at Osprey Publishing. In this blog he talks about how working on an Osprey book rekindled a long lost love… Continue Reading

Sunday Photo - The Battle of the Bulge

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On 25th January 1945 the Battle of the Bulge concluded with a decisive Allied victory. Fought over the winter months of 1944-45, the battle was the last major Nazi German offensive against Western Allied forces during World War II.Continue Reading

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