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. Highland Clansman 1689–1746

    WAR 21 Paperback
    For nearly 60 years the clans of Highland Scotland proved to be an almost constant thorn in the side of a series of British monarchs. Fiercely independent, the clans comprised an agricultural peasantry...
  2. Imperial Guardsman 1799–1815

    WAR 22 Paperback
    Napoleon's Imperial Guard was one of the most famous military formations in history. The Imperial Guard could perform ceremonial duties as well as any, but it was primarily as an élite combat formation...
  3. US Marine Rifleman in Vietnam 1965–73

    WAR 23 Multiple formats
    This volume provides an in-depth look at the experience of the ordinary US marine 'grunt' in Vietnam. Organisation of the corps, weaponry, equipment, uniforms, training and medical arrangements are all...

    Starting at: $15.16

  4. Austrian Grenadiers and Infantry 1788–1816

    WAR 24 Paperback
    Aside from the Peninsula and Napoleon's 1807 campaign, Austrian troops played some part in every major campaign of the Napoleonic Wars. Unable to mobilize its population fully for both political and economic...
  5. Italian Militiaman 1260–1392

    WAR 25 Paperback
    Medieval Italy was characterized by regular warfare among its numerous city-states, as well as internal strife within comunes as aristocratic factions fought each other for domination of the cities' governments....
  6. US Paratrooper 1941–45

    WAR 26 Multiple formats
    In Sicily, Normandy, and in the frozen hills of the Ardennes, America's airborne warriors proved themselves some of the toughest and most determined soldiers of World War 2. What made these soldiers so...

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  7. Greek Hoplite 480–323 BC

    WAR 27 Paperback
    The Greek hoplite, the archetypal spear-armed warrior, is perhaps the most prevalent figure in our view of the 'Golden Age' of Ancient Greek civilisation. It was during this period that the state began...
  8. Ashigaru 1467–1649

    WAR 29 Paperback
    The ashigaru were the foot soldiers of old Japan. Although recruited first to swell an army's numbers and paid only by loot, the samurai began to realise their worth, particularly with arquebuses and spears,...
  9. Celtic Warrior

    WAR 30 Paperback
    In the 1st century BC, Strabo wrote of the Celts: ‘The whole race... is madly fond of war, high-spirited and quick to battle... and on whatever pretext you stir them up, you will have them ready to face...
  10. Union Infantryman 1861–65

    WAR 31 Multiple formats
    A Union supporter once said, "What is a man's life worth if our glorious union is to be shattered by traitors?" President Lincoln's volunteers and conscripted soldiers expanded the permanent Union army...

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