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Posted by: Carl(Sweden) Amazon Canada have reveald titles through to April 2020.
Posted on: 18/03/2019 10:21:49

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Posted by: Carl(Sweden)
Total Posts: 18
Joined Date: Thursday, 28 June 2012



Amazon Canada have reveald titles through to April 2020.

Examples of titles revealed are:

Legion Condor 1936–39: The Luftwaffe learns Blitzkrieg in the Spanish Civil War

French Soldier vs German Soldier: Verdun 1916

Japanese Armies 1868–1878: The Boshin War and Satsuma Rebellion

Battle of the Atlantic 1939–41: RAF Coastal Command's years of struggle against the U-boats

British Battleship vs Italian Battleship: The Mediterranean 1940–41


Schweinfurt–Regensburg 1943: Eighth Air Force's costly "double strike"






Se link for more titles:



Posted on: 18/03/2019 10:21:50
Posted by: Tarawa90
Total Posts: 84
Joined Date: Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Ok, here's the full breakdown:


British Battleship vs. Italian Battleship DUE

The Spatha, Roman Longsword WPN

Ia Drang 1965 CAM (we knew this was coming)

Roman Standards & Standard Bearers 2 ELI

Schweinfurt-Regensburg 1943 ACM



British Rifleman vs. French Skirmisher 1808-15 CBT

US Navy Cold War Guided Missile Cruisers NVG

Battle of the Atlantic 1939-41 ACM???

American Privateers of Revolutionary War NVG

World War II Fast Carrier Task Group Tactics ELI

Yalu River 1950-51 CAM (hope they don't try to cram Chosin Reservoir in there and skimp out on it)

Soviet Airborne Forces 1930-91 ELI



Constantinople AD 717-18 CAM

Japanese Armies 1868-78 MAA

World War II German Super-Heavy Siege Guns NVG

Operation Eagle Claw 1980 RAID

French Soldier vs. German Soldier 1916 CBT


The Browning High-Power Pistol WPN

Tanks in the Battle of the Buldge NVG

Legion Condor 1936-39 ACM

The Naval Siege of Japan 1945 CAM

Posted on: 18/03/2019 17:39:49
Posted by: Paintybeard
Total Posts: 357
Joined Date: Monday, 4 February 2013

Thank you both for the information. A few interesting titleas there. But also some rather desperate repeats of frequebtly covered subjects.

Posted on: 19/03/2019 18:09:08
Posted by: KenA
Total Posts: 119
Joined Date: Tuesday, 15 October 2013

Likewise, many thanks for bringing this first instalment of Amazon’s unofficial 2020 reveal to our attention.  I have to agree with Painty.  The list contains some titles with potential and others that you would really have to wonder how on earth they passed stage one of the proposal process, much less get anywhere beyond that.  Still, there’s another two-thirds of the year to go so hopefully we will see an improvement there.

Osprey does, however, seem to have made a reasonable start with its General Military titles for 2020.  I note, in particular, Jeffrey Cox’s follow-up to “Morning Star, Midnight Sun” on the Guadalcanal-Solomons naval campaign with his “Rising Star, Creeping Shadow”.  Hard to argue with this one.

For those interested in the GNM/GNA titles, the list for the first four months of 2020 is:


British Battle Tanks: Post-War Tanks

Blade of a Sword: Ernst Jünger and the 73rd Fusilier Regiment on the Western Front, 1914-18


Military Women

In Good Faith: A History of the Vietnam War: Volume 1: The Road to War, 1945-65

A Shining Mark: Lt Col Bill Reed, Flying Tiger Ace


The English Civil War: An Atlas and Concise History of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms 1638-51


Blood, Metal and Dust: The Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq 2001-14, A Military History

Lawrence of Arabia and the War in the Desert 1916-18

Rising Star, Creeping Shadow: The Conclusion of the Guadalcanal-Solomons Naval Campaign of World War II, November 1942-February 1944

I hope I haven’t inadvertently omitted any.

Posted on: 20/03/2019 04:29:48
Posted by: KAL9000
Total Posts: 36
Joined Date: Sunday, 18 March 2018

I'm glad for the increased focus on Korea, since that hasn't been given that much coverage in Osprey's line ups. I hope we can see more WW1 books as well and finally see titles covering Passchendael, Meuse-Argonne, maybe even Thessalonika and the Italian theater. Still, my greatest hope is for more American Civil War books.

Posted on: 20/03/2019 17:15:01
Posted by: PAUL W
Total Posts: 294
Joined Date: Sunday, 4 January 2015

Personally I think it's a very interesting list and good to see Korea and ww1 represented, as well as a wide range of other conflicts. 

Posted on: 06/04/2019 12:12:21

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