Warrior

Books in Osprey's Warrior series span military history, from Romans and their contemporaries to the men who fought in Vietnam. Medieval warriors, Napoleonic warriors, American Civil War warriors, and the warriors of World War I and World War II are brought to life. Featuring specially commissioned colour artworks and illustrated throughout with black and white photography, Osprey's Warrior series is an ideal reference resource for re-enactors, military history enthusiasts, model makers and wargamers.

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  1. German Stormtrooper 1914–18

    WAR 12 Paperback
    The first official German stormtroop unit was authorized on 2 March 1915 when the Supreme Command of the field army ordered the VIII Corps to form a detachment for the testing of experimental weapons and...
  2. English Longbowman 1330–1515

    WAR 11 Paperback
    The English military ascendancy which lasted from the mid-14th to the early 15th century was founded upon defensive tactics based on the use of the longbow. This weapon, distinctive in that it was used...
  3. Zulu 1816–1906

    WAR 14 Paperback
    Zulu military organisation was extremely sophisticated. Warriors were organised into regiments with some form of basic uniform and shields were state-manufactured and owned. Yet, in spite of this sophistication,...
  4. Union Cavalryman 1861–65

    WAR 13 Multiple formats
    The bombardment by Confederate artillery of Fort Sumter on 12 April 1861 was the spark that finally ignited the American Civil War, quickly bringing thousands of eager volunteers for the Union cause. It...

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  5. Late Roman Cavalryman AD 236–565

    WAR 15 Paperback
    The twilight of the Roman Empire saw a revolution in the way war was waged. The drilled infantryman, who had been the mainstay of Mediterranean armies since the days of the Greek hoplite, was gradually...
  6. British Redcoat 1740–93

    WAR 19 Multiple formats
    During this period, the British army earned itself a formidable reputation as a fighting force. However, due to its role as a police force at home, and demonisation by American propaganda, the army was...

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  7. British Tommy 1914–18

    WAR 16 Paperback
    The World War 1 was a watershed in British military and social history, and even now the repercussions can still be felt. No town or village in the British Isles escaped casualty, and the creative genius...
  8. Germanic Warrior AD 236–568

    WAR 17 Paperback
    The 3rd to the 6th centuries saw the collapse of the classical Mediterranean civilization and the emergence of new states in western Europe based on the Germanic warrior society. This book focuses particularly...
  9. Knight of Outremer AD 1187–1344

    WAR 18 Paperback
    After Saladin's great victory at the Battle of Hattin in 1137, Outremer, as medieval westerners called the remaining Latin or Catholic enclaves in the eastern Mediterranean, was no longer a threat to Islam....
  10. British Redcoat 1793-1815

    WAR 20 Paperback
    In 1783 the British army struggled home from North America in a shattered condition. It had acquitted itself well, but its regiments were now woefully understrength, and it was not until 1789 that they...

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