A new publication in the 'Duel' series by Osprey veterans author David Greentree and artists Ian Palmer and Peter Dennis gives a look into the Mediterranean theater of battles between British submarines and Italian surface vessels.
The first daring raid by carrier aircraft wasn't the attack on Pearl Harbor but by the allies against the axis in Italy. The Royal Navy's attack on Taranto in 1940 heralded a new age of warfare
Osprey Publications has announced the October 20, 2015 release of the 33rd installment of their “Raid” series, U-47 in Scapa Flow - The Sinking of HMS Royal Oak 1939 by Angus Konstam (Author) and Peter Dennis (Illustrator).
Coming this November, the story of Germany's commerce raiders of World War I. These were the surface ships that were supposed to starve the British Isles of the vast cargoes of vital resources being shipped from the furthest reaches of the Empire.
Coming September 20th a book describing how the birth of the mighty Roman Navy was anchored in the Romans' extraordinary ability to absorb and perfect the technology of other states and empires. This is the story of the design, development and operation of the Republican Roman warship.
Coming this July from Osprey, a look at the navy of one of the Central Powers that's not often considered when talking about WWI naval warfare. While not on par with the Royal Navy or the Kaiserliche Marine, the Donanma-yı Humâyûn dated back to the 14th century.
Ahoy shipmates! Osprey Publishing has announced one new and two upcoming books in their late June announcement.
Osprey Publishing has announce their upcoming book on British heavy cruisers from 1939 to 1945.
Osprey Publishing takes their readers back to 1942 in the Atlantic to the famous Channel Dash in their latest release.
Osprey Publishing has announced their upcoming releases for the new year. For those ship modelers who enjoy building submarines, Osprey’s New Varguard title “US Submarines 1900–35” is due out in April 2011. Let’s take a closer look at what is in the book.
Continuing to expand their naval titles, Osprey has announced the upcoming release of British Dreadnought vs German Dreadnought and U-boat Tactics in World War II. Both of these titles cover what is arguably two of the most important battles of the twentieth century, Jutland and the Battle of the Atlantic.
Osprey Publishing is starting the new year off with a bang by offering four new New Vanguard naval titles for pre-order on their website. These new books cover a broad spectrum of subjects from sailing ships to World War II battlewagons. All four books list for 7.99GBP each. That’s around $12.00 each in US dollars.
Expanding on their ever growing range of reference books, Osprey Publishing have announced their release of Russian Battleship vs Japanese Battleship Yellow Sea 1904–05. Written by Robert Forczyk this book contains a comprehensive and concise comparison between the Russian Battleships vs Japanese Battleships in 1904-1905 within its 80 pages. Illustrated by Tony Bryan Howard and Gerrard Ian Palmer this promises to be a fine addition to any reference library. Available on pre-order now and it has a current retail price of £12.99. The expected release date is approximately February 2009
Expanding of their ever growing of reference books, Osprey Publishing has announced the release of their Confederate Ironclad vs Union Ironclad Hampton Roads 1862. This book contains a concise history and information about the competing ironclad vessels of the Civil War within its 80 pages. This promises to be a fine addition to any reference library. It is expected to be available in November 2008 and it has a current retail price UK pounds 12.99.
Expanding of their ever growing of reference books, Osprey Publishing has announced their release of Kriegsmarine Coastal Forces . Written by Gordon Williamson this book contains a concise history of the Kriegsmarine Coastal Forces during WW2 within its 48 pages. Illustrated by Ian Palmer this promises to be a great addition to any reference library. It is expected to be available in January 2009 and it has a current retail price UK pounds 9.99.
Expanding of their ever growing range of reference books, Osprey Publishing has announced their release of The British Fleet Air Arm in World War II . Written by Mark Barber this book contains a concise history of the British Fleet Arm during WW2 within its 64 pages. Illustrated by Mark Postlethwaite and Stephen Walsh this promises to be a fine addition to any reference library. Available now and it has a current retail price US$18.95.