Osprey has several new books by their heavy hitters (Estes, Zaloga, Dunstan, and Galeotti) coming out for the next several months. WW2, Vietnam, modern, etc. in the standard Osprey format.
Osprey is bringing us several new books covering WW2 railroad guns and uniforms/equipment as well as the history of Soviet rocket launchers. For less than $15, these books are full of photos and informative text and provide a good overview of their topics.
Coming in April is a new book on the most produced British tank of World War 2, the Valentine. Although not the best British tank of the war (and that is saying something!) it was the workhorse of the early war years even though it was overshadowed by tanks such as the Matilda.
Are there some gaps you want filled in your Osprey Publishing library? Well here is your chance to pick up a bargain from Osprey Publishing.
Next in the Osprey Duel series, Steven Zaloga brings us his expert take on two of the principle workhorse tanks of WW2, the Panzerkampfwagen IV vs the M4 medium. Often under-rated these two tanks made up the bulk of their respective country's tank forces during the Normandy campaign
New titles coming from Osprey Publishing for July include books on the Priest and an iconic British Machine Gun.
Four new books coming from Osprey in April which will show us some mountain tactics, tell us about Kharkov and Vietnam, and give us some information on tanks of the German Allies.
Osprey Publications is running a 20% off sale on all “Men-at-Arms” series books and the sales promotion covers both print and electronic versions of this series.
Osprey Publishing has a couple of new books that may appeal to members due for release soon, these new books are Vietnam: A View from the Front Lines and Tanks of Hitler’s Eastern Allies.
A few new books on the way from Osprey Publishing that should give us some good reading material as we wait out the rest of this winter.
Some new books are on the way from Osprey Publishing, with some very interesting reads just in time for those cold winter months.
Osprey Publishing has a few new books out for pre-order, including a new book in the Duel Series that pits one vehicle with little armor up against a heavily armor vehicle.
Amphibious Tanks, action in Iraq, and a service revolver round out the August pre-orders for Osprey Publishing.
Preorders for Osprey's July releases are now available, and a interesting collection.
The latest pre-orders from Osprey Publishing are listed, and a couple of interesting titles.
Another month closer to summer, and another month closer to upcoming releases by Osprey Publishing.
Osprey Publishing always known for the great books, it bringing us something a new, and it include modelling and tigers just for your computer.
Osprey Publishing has had a busy month, and over the next couple months there will be a few more books hitting the shelves of your local bookstore or favorite online store.
In this final news story for the moment from Osprey Publishing, we look at Hitler’s Armies - A history of the German War Machine 1939–45 by Chris McNab, St Mihiel 1918, The American Expeditionary Forces’ trial by fire by David Bonk, World War II: The Last War Heroes - From D-Day to Berlin with the men and machines that won the war by Stephen Bull, and finally “Happy Days!” - A Humorous Narrative in Drawings of the Progress of American Arms 1917–1919 by The First Division Museum.
In this next news story from Osprey there are five books that will be released this month and in November. They cover military units from the UK, Italy, New Zealand, Bolivia, and Paraguay (during the Chaco War 1932 – 35), and so should appeal to a broad range of interests. During the course of writing this series of news reports my eyes have been opened as to just how broad the scope of military endeavours are that are covered by Osprey Publishing.
Between November and January 2012 Osprey publishing are releasing four books about hand held weapons. These books are not aimed at the modeller but it does tend to be an interest to the modeller from an accuracy and general interest point of view. These books covering the Lee Enfield Rifle, M1 Carbine, M16, and Uzi submachine gun covers the Great War until the current day.
Between now and Jan 2012 Osprey publishing are releasing five books about the US Marine Corps. While these books are not aimed at the modeller a large number of us enjoy learning about the men and women behind the military hardware we build, and the stories and facts about their use by the armed forced. Despite the World Wide Web where you can find just about anything there is something about the ability of a book over anything else to drag you in and get you hooked.
Osprey Publishing send us news of a future release in their popular New Vanguard Series of reference books.
Osprey has just released the latest in their New Vanguard series: Spanish Civil War Tanks by Steve Zaloga.
With the company's Masterclass series, Osprey Publishing will be publishing a major new title in Septemebr 2009.
Osprey Publishing have just sent us images of the covers of their future releases for January and March 2008.
The name of Steve Zaloga should require little introduction in armor modeling, however, not only is he a highly-prolific modeler, he has also published a great number of excellent reference books. Now, comes news of another book for those modeling the M4 Sherman.
Osprey Publishing has announced a new series dedicated to evaluating opposing sides in the ultimate operational environment—close combat.
'Duel' is the name of a new series from the military history publishing house, Osprey Publishing. The new series retells the stories of the world’s greatest machines of war and the ace combatants who operated them.
The coming months are going to see a number of new publications from Osprey Publishing which are sprecifically aimed at Armor Modelers...
Due to work commitments, I will not be present for the month of July. Therefore, I have decided, to leave the news of the Osprey future releases published here. In the first instance, I have to acknowledge that all the 'Spade-work' for this story, was done by Rudi Richardson (TAROK) - for this I thank him for his help...
Frequently, I have covered, with particular enthusiasm, Osprey Publishing's, superb Armor Modeling series, both here in the news sections and in reviews. Osprey have now announced two new books in this series which should cause considerable interest...
Continuing with the policy of seperating Osprey Publishing's new releases thematically, this month sees the release of three new titles of particular interest to Armor Modellers...
Once again, next month will bring a number of new titles of interest to the Armor Modeller. The most sought-after of the new releases will doubtless be Modelling the SdKfz 251 Halftrack considering the flood of new kit releases of this vehicle...
Osprey Publishing as is their custom, announce their new releases a month or two before they hit the shelves. Two scheduled releases for september 2004 should have the allied modellers drooling with expectation....
Some extremely attractive new releases from Osprey Publishing this month for the Armor Modellers - I make no apologies for giving a warm welcome to the Caen Book - long overdue!
Osprey Publishing Ltd. has announced, in it's July Newsletter, the usual new releases. Amongst them is a book which will be of direct interest to Armor Modellers: Modelling the Jagdpanzer 38(t) 'Hetzer' (Osprey Modelling No. 10).
With the arrival of this month's Osprey newsletter announcing the new titles to be published in June, it struck me that this new title was perhaps worthy of a little more than simply appearing amongst a list of other titles.
The security requirements of Israel have forced its defence industries to develop vehicles capable of performing a wide-range of functions in many different environments. This book. Modern Israeli Tanks And Infantry Carriers 1985-2004 is an overview of what for many modellers is an irrestible source of inspiration.
With the interest represented here in Vietnam era armor, this book should find more than a few who will want to add it to their bookshelves....
Currently the 'Cover-up' Campaign is attracting a lot of interest. Primarily because it deals with the use of military fortifications within dioramas. This new book by Osprey, concentrates on one of the most interesting themes of military archaeology, Germany's West Wall..
Recently, Osprey added to its small list of Armor modelling books with the M3/M5 Stuart. In the early part of this year they are adding 3 more titles....