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'The Netherlands East Indies Campaign 1941–42' describes the operational plans and conduct of the fighting by the major parties involved, and assesses the performance of the opposing forces on the battlefield, bringing to life an often-overlooked campaign of the Pacific War. On the blog today, author Marc Lohnstein gives a brief overview of this conflict.Continue Reading

Sigil & Shadow DevLog - Pushing the Odds

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Sigil & Shadow was crafted with several design goals in mind – a core mechanic that is easy to parse, characters that you can understand at a glance, and rules that aid game play instead of getting in the way. I know, a tall order, right? I’m pretty confident we hit our marks.Continue Reading
In today's blog post, Phoebus Athanassiou, author of MAA 540: Armies in Southern Russia 1918-19 explains how this title came about, why this conflict is more important than meets the eye and how the reader might benefit from learning more about it.Continue Reading

September Artwork Reveal 2021

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In today's blog post, we're looking at three fantastic pieces of artwork from three of our September 2021 titles. Let us know what you think in the comments section and, if you would like to see any artwork from any of our October titles, be sure to mention that too!Continue Reading
Illustrated with over a thousand photographs and drawings, '75 years of the Lockheed Martin Skunk Works' details the 46 unclassified programmes developed by the Skunk Works, following them through prototype build-up, first flight and, if they reached the frontline, operational service. In today's blog post, author James C. Goodall looks at how this title came about and gives a brief overview of its contents.Continue Reading
The upcoming New Vanguard title, 'US Navy Frigates of the Cold War', is a fascinating look at the overlooked history of the backbone of the Cold War US Navy, the go-anywhere, do-anything frigate. On the blog today, author Mark Stille looks at the beginning of the US Navy Frigates.Continue Reading

Imperium - Weekly Round-up

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Imperium: Classics & Imperium: Legends are out now and many of you have been exploring everything that they have to offer. With so much depth from their asymmetrical civilsations, it’s a deck-builder like no other. Whether you love the striking art from The Mico, the solo campaign from Nigel Buckle and David Turczi, or the deep replayability from the 16 unique factions, they really have something for everyone.Continue Reading

Fritigern’s Big Trick

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The upcoming Combat title, 'Late Roman Infantryman vs Gothic Warrior' is a fascinating read that assesses the Roman and Gothic forces that clashed in three momentous battles at a pivotal moment in the history of the later Roman Empire. In today's blog post, author Murray Dahm explores the deceptiveness of the Gothic leader, Fritiegern.Continue Reading
In 'Luftwaffe Special Weapons 1942–45', leading Luftwaffe historian Robert Forsyth examines the many different types of weapons that comprised the Luftwaffe's increasingly potent arsenal during the second half of the war. On the blog today, Robert recounts how this fantastic new title came about.Continue Reading

Father's Day Gift Guide

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Are you looking for a great gift for your dad this Father’s Day? Whether he’s a naval history buff or a World War II aircraft enthusiast, an armchair Churchillian or an Airsoft hobbyist, we’ve got the book for him – and the board game too! Check out the list below for some inspiration. Continue Reading

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