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Alternat History of the Week: War of 1812

Hello everyone. I was perusing some alternate history last night and I thought I’d open a thread here. This week’s topic is the War of 1812. My divergence point is (drumroll please) Tecumseh is...

Created on: 30/12/2013 22:18:00
Created by: tarawa90
Posted on: 06/01/2014 05:26:00
Posted by: Paintybeard

I’ve just been using the excellent Bill Younghusband’s illustrations in Elite 62 (ACW Zouaves) as references to paint up some model soldiers. Re-reading the book was most informative and it was ve...

Created on: 27/12/2013 01:28:00
Created by: Paintybeard
Posted on: 07/01/2014 20:26:00
Posted by: Württemberger
Beyond the Reach of Empire

Michael Snook's latest book "Beyond the Reach of Empire" is FINALLY available.I ordered a copy a few days ago and so far havn't got a "Not Available" notice so dreams do come true eh!

Created on: 20/12/2013 22:19:00
Created by: kuvaszsleepybear
Posted on: 19/05/2014 15:24:00
Posted by: Equaliser
A nice book, but...

I've just finished reacing the New Combat No.3 "British Infantryman versus Zulu Warrior" and would like to share a few thoughts about the series. What do you get? The first quarter of the book is ...

Created on: 07/12/2013 10:03:00
Created by: Paintybeard
Posted on: 18/12/2013 20:59:00
Posted by: Amaral
Sino-Japanese War & the Invasion of Formosa

Why, oh why does Osprey not print this? Either Stephen Turnbull or Philip Jowett would be awesome or I've missed my guess. This could be heavily influenced by the fact I just watched Warriors of the R...

Created on: 24/11/2013 21:50:00
Created by: Kastigier
Posted on: 25/11/2013 01:28:00
Posted by: .George Washington
French Foreign Legion: the siege of Tuyen Quang

The legendary Siege of Tuyen Quang in 1885, where 630 legionaries and riflemen stood up to 12 000 enemies during 3 months. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wf7OZt84M1U

Created on: 21/11/2013 05:12:00
Created by: Amaral
Posted on: 21/11/2013 20:58:00
Posted by: .George Washington
The Greek War of Independence 1821-32

I'd love to see an MAA on this. Be nice to see a book on Greek History that wasn't based in Antiquity. Thoughts?

Created on: 30/10/2013 03:17:00
Created by: Kastigier
Posted on: 15/12/2013 03:44:00
Posted by: Miguelucho
Dybbøl 1864: Bloody Answer to the Schleswig-Holstein Question

Would anybody but myself be into reading an Osprey Campaign on this? The Second Schleswig War (Also known as the Dano-Prussian War) was the beginning of the German Unification Wars, which saw the Prus...

Created on: 29/10/2013 01:07:00
Created by: Kastigier
Posted on: 10/12/2013 16:32:00
Posted by: Hugo Rodrigues
Next week on Crisis 2013

Hi Next weekend it's Crisis time in Antwerp. Our yealy wargame show. I plan to buy a copy of "In her Majesty's Name" - game rules. But is ther a overview of trader who sell the 5 warbands?? ch...

Created on: 27/10/2013 11:19:00
Created by: LudoBrabo
Posted on: 08/04/2020 09:32:35
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Maori Dawn:The Battle of Gate Pa:1864

See November 2013 Issue 38 of Military History(www.military-history.org).Andy McDonald recalls a colonial battle during the New Zealand Wars-and the lessons the British Army failed to learn.The Maoris...

Created on: 12/10/2013 20:53:00
Created by: kuvaszsleepybear
Posted on: 07/12/2013 00:37:00
Posted by: .George Washington
Koniggratz 1866

Many posters have requested this book recently in the forum and it seems to be a rather well-requested topic by people. very little has been written on the battle/war (at least in English) which all ...

Created on: 22/09/2013 03:23:00
Created by: .George Washington
Posted on: 29/10/2013 01:09:00
Posted by: Kastigier
How should we "do" the Sikh Wars?

I enjoy reading about pretty much all the military subjects that get discussed on this forum, and it has opened my eyes to a lot of events and people in history that I hadn't given a lot of thought t...

Created on: 16/09/2013 21:51:00
Created by: Paintybeard
Posted on: 21/09/2013 17:10:00
Posted by: scratchbuilder
Crimea and why Osprey must revisit it

Reading Forczyk's reviews found one about the ESS 2 "The Crimean War", he calls it "Good, but too Anglo-Centric" and gives it 3 stars. I have the book and agree with him. I also made a topic about the...

Created on: 06/09/2013 06:17:00
Created by: Amaral
Posted on: 21/09/2013 06:19:00
Posted by: Amaral
Corps of Discovery

Is the Corps of Discovery covered in any Osprey Book? If not, I'd love to see an Elite title dedicated to them. Other than their actions, I can find little information about this unit, but they were s...

Created on: 21/08/2013 18:25:00
Created by: MacG
Posted on: 17/09/2013 17:16:00
Posted by: MTG
Battles of Chateauguay/Crysler's Farm 1813

Since this year is the 200th anniversary of these important battles, I was hoping Osprey could do a CAM book on them. all War of 1812 buffs please side with me on this one and keep your fingers crosse...

Created on: 21/08/2013 03:50:00
Created by: .George Washington
Posted on: 02/11/2013 22:42:00
Posted by: Les the Easterner
Battle of Ulundi

I love the books Ian Knight has written for Osprey on the Anglo-Zulu war. I was wondering if they have plans to have him do a CAM book on the last battle of the war at Ulundi in 1879?

Created on: 13/08/2013 18:01:00
Created by: .George Washington
Posted on: 07/09/2013 04:36:00
Posted by: .George Washington
Weapon 26: Martini-Henry/shaken, not stirred

A few years ago, our local newspaper had an article about cocktails. I recall that the author (name escapes me) said that the martini cocktail was named by British Army officers, since gulping one do...

Created on: 06/08/2013 06:49:00
Created by: drew1955
Posted on: 07/08/2013 05:51:00
Posted by: CMB
CAM: Battle of Medina 1813

For all the Alamo fans out there I have a message: in the words of Santa Anna the battle was a small affair. around 800 people died so compared to this battle you might consider that true. I have bee...

Created on: 26/07/2013 23:25:00
Created by: .George Washington
Posted on: 02/08/2013 16:13:00
Posted by: Listowel-Boy
The War of the Pacific- Chile vs Bolivia & Peru 1879-83

While we wait and wait for an Osprey treatment on the War of the Pacific check out the Sept-Oct 2013 # 282 issue of "Strategy & Tactics" for an excellent article by Javier Romero.lots of good maps and...

Created on: 24/07/2013 00:09:00
Created by: kuvaszsleepybear
Posted on: 24/07/2013 16:29:00
Posted by: .George Washington
Uruguayan Civil War 1839-51

To be fair, South American 19th Century history has been neglected by Osprey. The war that helped cement Garibaldi's skills and fame deserves at least an MAA, don't you think? (As well as MAAs for the...

Created on: 23/07/2013 06:39:00
Created by: Kastigier
Posted on: 24/07/2013 04:10:00
Posted by: 1830
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