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On Blackbeard’s Trail
Angus Konstam, the author of The Pirate World, has spent half a lifetime researching the life and times of Edward Teach, better known as Blackbeard. Here he explains why this new book gave him the chance to bring this infamous pirate’s story bang up to date. Continue Reading
Kulikovo, 1380: A Battle Almost Lost in Myth
In today's blog post, Kulikovo 1380 author, Mark Galeotti, writes about how this relatively unknown battle to the west has become mythologised in Russia and utilised for political purposes, telling the story of how a daring Russian force defeated the military superpower of the day... Continue Reading
The Horror of the Fire Raid
In today's blog post, Mark Lardas joins us once again, this time exploring the firebombing raids against Japan in the 1940s. The bombing raids are the focus of his new book Japan 1944–45, which examines the air campaign that incinerated Japan's cities. Continue Reading

Forum

Question about CAM 314: Nashville
Hi KAL9000, Thanks for bringing this to our attention. We are looking into the issue and will... Read more
Emily @ Osprey 2019-02-11 09:58:38
Osprey Sale
I fear not with brexit alas. Read more
PAUL W 2019-02-17 10:00:20
Bad Quality resolution on NVG 180 Kamikaze pdf
Dear Robert!   thanks for the reply; well, this time, it was only the title I have mentioned,... Read more
Griffon 2019-02-04 16:44:37
Suggestion for a new book series
Good shout, Gene. Read more
PAUL W 2019-02-17 10:05:53