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Posted by: Tomi
Posted on: 22/12/2019 15:33:28

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Posted by: Tomi
Total Posts: 15
Joined Date: Thursday, 26 March 2009

German Volksgrenadier Divisions of WWII

The Finnish Long Range Patrolman of WWII

Posted on: 22/12/2019 15:33:30
Posted by: Paintybeard
Total Posts: 359
Joined Date: Monday, 4 February 2013

As the Elite series also includes Ospreys "Tactics" range please could we have a book called "Zulu Infantry Tactics".

It should cover how the Zulus fought against the British, Boer and other South African peoples.

To be written by the excellent Ian Knight, of course.

Posted on: 23/12/2019 04:32:51
Posted by: GI Gene
Total Posts: 72
Joined Date: Saturday, 7 February 2009

I would like to see more aviation and nautical themed Men at Arms and/or Elite titles:

Kriegsmarine 1935-45

Imperial Japanese Navy 1931-45

Regina Marina 1935-45

Marine Nationale since 1914

Royal Navy since 1945

Soviet/Russian Navy since 1918

Regina Aeronautica 1935-45

Armée de l'Air Française since 1934

Royal Air Force since 1945

Soviet/Russian Air Force since 1918

Posted on: 23/12/2019 16:33:59
Posted by: PAUL W
Total Posts: 307
Joined Date: Sunday, 4 January 2015

Ohhh some great suggestions here. The Finnish long range patrolman sounds good but possibly better suited to the warrior series? I'd definitely buy it though in any series. Not a great fan of the tactics books but the Zulu suggestion certainly peaked my interest. Finally some very interesting titles from GI Gene, particularly keen on the second world war suggestions.  Fingers crossed for the future guys.

Posted on: 25/12/2019 22:08:02

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