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. French Battleships 1914–45

    NVG 266 Multiple formats
    On September 1, 1910, France became the last great naval power to lay down a dreadnought battleship, the Courbet. The ensuing Courbet and Bretagne-class dreadnoughts had a relatively quiet World War I,...

    Starting at: $9.12

  2. South American Battleships 1908–59

    NVG Multiple formats
    In 1908 the most incredible naval arms race in history began. Flush with cash from rubber and coffee, Brazil decided to order three of the latest, greatest category of warship available - the dreadnought...

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  3. Superguns 1854–1991

    NVG 265 Multiple formats
    Over the last 150 years, gun designers have sought to transform warfare with artillery of superlative range and power, from William Armstrong's 19th-century "monster guns” to the latest research...

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  4. Dutch Navies of the 80 Years' War 1568–1648

    NVG 263 Multiple formats
    The tiny new state of the United Provinces of the Netherlands won its independence from the mighty Spanish empire by fighting and winning the Eighty Years' War, from 1568 and 1648. In this long conflict,...

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  5. British Ironclads 1860–75

    NVG 262 Multiple formats
    In November 1859, the French warship La Gloire was launched. She was the world's first seagoing ironclad - a warship built from wood, but whose hull was clad in a protective layer of iron plate. Britain,...

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  6. Soviet Cruise Missile Submarines of the Cold War

    NVG 260 Multiple formats
    The Soviet Union's cruise missile submarines from the modified Whiskey, to the Oscar II classes were among the most formidable vessels of the Cold War. They were initially designed to carry land attack...

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  7. Italian Armoured & Reconnaissance Cars 1911–45

    NVG 261 Multiple formats
    The first Italian armoured cars were used in the war in Libya in 1911-12 against the Ottoman Empire. With few tanks being developed, the Italians relied instead on the development of more mobile armoured...

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  8. US Flush-Deck Destroyers 1916–45

    NVG 259 Multiple formats
    Four pipes and flush decks - these ships were a distinctively American destroyer design. Devised immediately prior to and during the United States' involvement in World War I they dominated the US...

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  9. Italian Cruisers of World War II

    NVG 258 Multiple formats
    The Italian Royal Navy (Regia Marina) operated one of largest cruiser forces of World War II. As a signatory to the 1922 Washington Naval Treaty, the Regia Marina immediately attempted to reinforce its...

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  10. Technicals

    NVG 257 Multiple formats
    Over the last 30 years, the ‘technical' or armed pick-up truck has become arguably the most ubiquitous military land vehicle of modern warfare. Harking back to the armed Jeeps and Chevrolet trucks...

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