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Chilling & thrilling - it's Halloween at Osprey!

Posted by Michael Felix Kazich on October 31, 2014

25% off 6 selected Osprey series for this weekend only! 

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New artwork day

Posted by Michael Felix Kazich on October 30, 2014

Is there any day better than new artwork day? Not in my book!

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The Book Diaries: The life cycle of an Osprey series book

Posted by Tom Milner on October 29, 2014

Editor Tom Milner and web ghoul Michael Kazich have hatched a plan. For anyone interested in how our books are actually made, we've got something rather special in store. Read on...

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Happy Birthday, Royal Marines!

Posted by Michael Felix Kazich on October 28, 2014

Just a quick reminder that the British Royal Marines are 350 years old today! 

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Waterloo extras - Dutch and Belgians at Quatre Bras

Posted by Michael Felix Kazich on October 27, 2014

John Franklin is back with more great research.

This is the third in his series of articles on the various national contingents who fought at Quatre Bras.

Just like the previous pieces on the Nassau contingent and the Brunswickers, this one features enthralling first-hand accounts from men in the thick of the action. Enjoy!

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Last UK base in Helmand vacated

Posted by Michael Felix Kazich on October 27, 2014

UK & US troops leave Afghanistan after 13 years

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Sunday Photo - Battle of Santa Cruz Islands

Posted by Emily Heagerty on October 26, 2014

On the 26th October 1942, the Battle of Santa Cruz Islands took place between the United States Navy and the Imperial Japanese Navy...

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The top five Women-at-Arms

Posted by Michael Felix Kazich on October 24, 2014

Throughout the ages, history has thrown up some truly formidable female fighters. Today's Friday list is dedicated to them. 

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A new high-speed chopper is born!

Posted by Michael Felix Kazich on October 23, 2014

News of an exciting new helicopter design, which one of our relatives helped to build!

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Print-on-Demand update - new titles available in the US and Canada

Posted by Mike on October 22, 2014

We have a new batch of books now available for our customers in the USA and Canada - brought back by our print on demand style system. This system essentially monitors our stock levels for a range of our books, providing limited short-run reprints for titles when stock is running low. So although most of these books will remain in stock pretty much permanently, from time to time books will go out of stock temporarily - they will be back in stock in a number of days.

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