New Vanguard

Books in Osprey’s New Vanguard series deal with World War II tanks, AFVs and ships, as well as covering the vessels of World War I, World War II and the Napoleonic period, and the artillery and naval innovations of the American Civil War and medieval periods. Featuring specially commissioned full colour artworks, including exploded and cutaway diagrams, books in Osprey’s New Vanguard series are illustrated throughout with black and white photographs and diagrams. A valuable resource for model makers, wargamers, and military history enthusiasts.

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  1. British Battleships 1890–1905

    NVG 290 Paperback Published 21 Jan 2021
    The term 'pre-dreadnought' was applied in retrospect, to describe the capital ships built during the decade and a half before the launch of HMS Dreadnought in 1906. At that moment these once great warships...
  2. US Navy Destroyer Escorts of World War II

    NVG 289 Paperback Published 26 Nov 2020
    The Destroyer Escort was the smallest ocean-­going escort built for the United States Navy - a downsized destroyer with less speed, fewer guns, and fewer torpedoes than its big brother, the fleet destroyer....
  3. Soviet Armoured Cars 1936–45

    NVG 284 eBook (PDF)
    The armoured car has an important place in the early history of Soviet armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) - they were the most important AFV during the Russian Civil War and figured prominently in the mechanization...
  4. Soviet Armoured Cars 1936–45

    NVG 284 eBook (ePub)
    The armoured car has an important place in the early history of Soviet armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) - they were the most important AFV during the Russian Civil War and figured prominently in the mechanization...
  5. Soviet Armoured Cars 1936–45

    NVG 284 Paperback
    The armoured car has an important place in the early history of Soviet armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) - they were the most important AFV during the Russian Civil War and figured prominently in the mechanization...
  6. The French 75

    NVG 288 Multiple formats
    The ‘Soixante­quinze', France's legendary 75mm Modele 1897, was the first modern field gun, pioneering several critical innovations in field artillery designs, including a fast action breech...

    Starting at: $14.40

  7. US Navy Battleships 1895–1908

    NVG 286 Multiple formats
    The last predreadnought battleships of the US Navy were critical to the technological development of US battleships, and they were the first tool of international hard power wielded by the United States,...

    Starting at: $14.40

  8. Soviet Cold War Attack Submarines

    NVG 287 Multiple formats
    In this highly detailed book, naval historian Edward Hampshire reveals the fascinating history of the nuclear-powered attack submarines built and operated by the Soviet Union in the Cold War, including...

    Starting at: $14.40

  9. The Royal Netherlands Navy of World War II

    NVG 285 Multiple formats
    In the late 19th and early 20th century, a combination of coastal defence for the homeland and fleet defence for the East Indies became the established naval strategy for the Royal Dutch Navy and set the...

    Starting at: $15.20

  10. World War II German Super-Heavy Siege Guns

    NVG 280 Multiple formats
    As the outbreak of World War II approached, Nazi Germany ordered artillery manufacturers Krupp and Rheimetall-Borsig to build several super-heavy siege guns, vital to smash through French and Belgian fortresses...

    Starting at: $14.40

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