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Thanks to all of you for your fantastic feedback on what titles we should be publishing in the Raid series. I thought you might like to know the confirmed list of Raid subjects for 2010.

They are:

Zeebrugge 1918

Gran Sasso 1943

Cockleshell Raid 1942

Operation Barras 2000

Bruneval Raid 1942

Pegasus Bridge 1944

Havana 1762

Grierson\'s Raid 1863

Los Banos Prison Camp Raid 1945

Dambusters Raid 1943

As you can see we have taken on board a number of your ideas and suggestions with more of course to follow in 2011!

And don\'t forget that the first Raid titles publish this September

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Mike @ Osprey posted on 23 Sep 2009 12:04:00
Thanks for all the feedback everyone - keep the suggestions coming!
Faganator posted on 19 Sep 2009 02:00:00
Any chance of a book about the Son Tay Raid/Operation Ivory Coast in North Vietnam on November 21st 1970?
kgw posted on 4 Sep 2009 05:16:00
I fail to see how a siege performed by superior forces (Havana) -15000 soldiers, 10000 sailors & marines, and 53 ships- in a 5:1 proportion (3000 soldiers, 6000 sailors, 12 ships) for two months qualify as a "raid". What would you call a "siege", then? Troy?

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