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Proper prices! Check out the discount store!

Posted by Michael Kazich on July 30, 2014

This is just a brief update to let you know that our upcoming October titles available for pre-order are displaying their prices correctly at last! Not only that, but the books we added to the discount store page a while ago are also now appearing as discounted. Happy shopping!

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Prit Buttar talks WWI Eastern Front with the BBC!

Posted by Michael Kazich on July 28, 2014

Prit Buttar's masterful trilogy on the Eastern Front in World War I kicked off with the publication of Collision of Empires. The BBC heard about the book and sought an interview with Prit, to get his expert opinion on some key facets of the lesser known Eastern Front of World War I. Read on to find out more! 

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Bonus New Artwork Day - Steampunk Soldiers!

Posted by Michael Kazich on July 28, 2014

If you are a Dark Osprey fan, and you like the singular and exquisitely eccentric Victorian Sci-fi genre known as 'Steampunk', you will love what we have in store for you... 

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Sunday Photo - Operation Gomorrah

Posted by Emily Heagerty on July 27, 2014

Later termed "The Hiroshima of Germany", the bombing of Hamburg, code named Operation Gomorrah, was undertaken as a joint RAF and USAF mission in the last week of July 1943…

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What to expect from Osprey in 2015 - new titles revealed...soon...

Posted by Mike on July 25, 2014

Every year the calls for us to reveal what titles we have lined up for the upcoming year seem to arrive earlier. We had a few quite serious requests for our annual series of blogs revealing the 2015 titles in the first week of January this year!

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A unique piece of Osprey artwork

Posted by Michael Kazich on July 24, 2014

In conjunction with our focus on the Air Vanguard series this month, I thought I should share a story behind a great piece of AVG artwork. Did you know...

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15% off all Air Vanguard print books!

Posted by Michael Kazich on July 23, 2014

Discount alert!

For the rest of the month we're chopping 15% off the price of every physical book in the Air Vanguard range. 

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Discounted Osprey titles on Kindle!

Posted by Michael Kazich on July 22, 2014

Take note - the Amazon Summer Sale is afoot! 

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It's New Artwork Day

Posted by Michael Kazich on July 21, 2014

It's that time again. New artwork day is upon us at last. As always, we've prepared a a selection of illustrations from upcoming books. So feast your eyes on these hitherto unseen pieces of Osprey art!

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Sunday Photo - Franco-Prussian War

Posted by Seb on July 20, 2014

The Franco-Prussian war began on July 19th 1870, and was to last less than a year as the more mobile and better prepared Prussian forces swept through to Paris in 6 months and declared the nation of Germany in the Hall of Mirrors at the Palace of Versailles on January 18th 1871.

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