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Sunday Photo - First Battle of Ypres

Posted by Emily Heagerty on October 19, 2014

On the 19th October 1914, Allied and German forces engaged in the first of a number of battles to seize control of the strategically advantageous Belgian city of Ypres....

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The wait is over. The Osprey Calendar is here!

Posted by Michael Felix Kazich on October 17, 2014

Normally, Friday's blog spot is reserved for one of our grand lists. But this time, we've got news of something so exciting, we just had to share it. Over the years, fans and Osprey minions alike have requested it, demanded it, pined for it... now it's finally here.

It's the Osprey calendar of course!

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More intriguing Waterloo bonus material - the Nassau contingent at Quatre Bras!

Posted by Michael Felix Kazich on October 16, 2014

A short while ago the author of the exciting new Waterloo trilogy, John Franklin, generously provided us with some extra material from his own research. It took the shape of an enlightening article documenting the contribution of the Brunswick Corps at the battle. Now, John is back with more of the good stuff, this time with a chronicle of the Nassau contingent at Quatre Bras. Read on, and enjoy!

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A golden Youtube find - a Panzer 38(t) brought back to life!

Posted by Michael Felix Kazich on October 15, 2014

Footage of a reconstructed (or surviving?) Panzer 38 (t) on the move!

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World War II History Magazine - a digital treat for free!

Posted by Michael Felix Kazich on October 14, 2014

Get a free glimpse of our fantastic WWII History Magazine in today's blog!

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The Osprey team are at the Frankfurt Book Fair - plus an exclusive new title reveal!

Posted by Mike on October 09, 2014

The Osprey team are at Frankfurt this week for the Frankfurt Book Fair, and sneaky snaps of the stand have started to trickle through. And one of the images might just offer you a bit of a glimpse into a very exciting project that we are working on...

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Graham Turner continues the countdown of his half century of Osprey Books

Posted by Mike on October 08, 2014

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Graham Turner is currently running a series of features on his Facebook page where he is counting his way through the 50 titles he has now illustrated for Osprey - a quite phenomenal achievement. Probably best-known for his medieval artwork, Graham has illustrated a huge range of subjects for Osprey now, ranging from 10th-century armies of the Caliphates, to the daily life of the British Redcoat of the late 18th century, British airmen during World War II, right up to his illustrations of Campaign 244 The Falklands.

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Our Aviation titles get a new lick of paint - ACE and COM updated

Posted by Mike on October 06, 2014

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Aircraft of the Aces and Combat Aircraft are getting a bit of an update - a brand-new paint scheme so to speak.

It is something we have been meaning to do for a while, especially as neither series has seen a significant overhaul in the 20 years they have been taxiing onto bookshelves the world over. Back when we overhauled our other key series in 2008, both ACE and COM flew under the radar and missed out.

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Sunday Photo - Battle of Moscow

Posted by Emily Heagerty on October 05, 2014

Code named Operation Typhoon by the Germans, the Battle of Moscow started on 2nd October 1941 and continued until January 1942…

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Legendary October

Posted by Michael Felix Kazich on October 04, 2014

Otherworldly October seemed like the perfect time to show a bit of love to the Dark Osprey imprint.

So if you number amongst those that enjoy the mysterious realm where fact an fiction meet, pay close attention!

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