Osprey is releasing four new titles in November, dealing with battles in Stalingrad, East Germany and Burma.
A review of the title, Battle of Malta, June 1940 – November 1942, from Osprey Campaign Series, number 381
This is a review by Randy L Harvey of The East Africa Campaign 1914–18, Von Lettow-Vorbeck’s Masterpiece from Osprey Publishing by author David Smith and illustrator Graham Turner.
The absorbing story of the development, combat use and legacy of the influential sidearms used by the armed forces of the Soviet Union.
A brief look at the above title, supported with images from the book.
A comprehensive overview of the work of the Military Vehicles Research and Development Establishment on Chobham Common, which provided armoured vehicles for the British Army from 1945 to its close in 2004.
This is a review by Randy L Harvey of Combat - Seminole Warrior vs US Soldier - Second Seminole War 1835-42 from Osprey Publishing by author Ron Field and illustrator Adam Hook.
This groundbreaking new book reveals the full horror of the forgotten battle of Peleliu, a 74-day battle that never garnered the type of attention it deserved.
Meat Grinder: The Battles for the Rzhev Salient, 1942-43 by acclaimed Eastern Front historian Prit Buttar is an engrossing history of the desperate battles for Rzhev Salient.
A review by Randy L Harvey of British Sniping Rifles Since 1970 – L42A1, L96A1 and L115A3 from Osprey Publishing.
A review of the book, “Smashing Hitler’s guns. The Rangers at Pointe-Du-Hoc, D-Day 1944”; Steven J. ZALOGA. Osprey 2022.
The first major history to uncover what went wrong for the Germans at Dunkirk, Using revelatory new material on the event which changed the tide of World War II,
The HAWK and The Red Army 1922–41 are the new titles announced by Osprey for August.
Book review ‘At the gates of Rome; the fall of the eternal city, AD410’ by Don HOLLWAY
A review of this book.
Filled with an abundance of new material from recent research, WAR IN JAPAN 1467-1615 is practically a new book since OSPREY published the first version in 2001.