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1. Osprey's Big Reveal: Under Fire - 2019-09-16 11:23:00
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Next year, we will be launching a brand new graphic novel series that tells the stories of history’s most dramatic battles and campaigns through the eyes of the men who were there. Find out which conflicts we'll be starting with and let us know your thoughts!

FIRE: D-Day
6 June, 1944: a vast armada approaches the coast of Normandy under cover of darkness. In the pre-dawn light, the beaches are quiet, but on board the ships the tension is palpable. Hours earlier, hundreds of airborne troops were dropped on targets inland and now naval gunfire begins to rain down on the fortified shore. Taken by surprise, the German defenders on the beaches race to man their positions. The first glimmers of dawn reveal thousands of ships packed tightly with tanks and men. The long-expected Allied invasion is here. The liberation of Europe is about to begin.
The D-Day landings are brought to life in this electric graphic novel which blends a historically authentic narrative with masterful illustration to tell the story of that Longest Day through the eyes of the men who were there.

FIRE: The Battle of Britain
In the summer of 1940, the bombs began to fall over Britain. Seeking to pave the way for a full-scale invasion, Luftwaffe bombers flew over the Channel, dropping their deadly payload on key targets across the south of England. Scrambling to meet them were the pilots of the Royal Air Force. Men from Britain, the British Empire and Commonwealth, and even volunteers from occupied and neutral territories took to the skies against the might of the German forces. The Battle of Britain had begun.
Delving into the battle through the eyes of the pilots who lived through it, as well as of the men and women in support roles on the ground and experiencing the battle as civilians, this vibrant graphic novel combines expert knowledge and master storytelling to bring the campaign to life, from the epic dogfights along the coast to the terror of the London Blitz.


FIRE: The Battle for Guadalcanal
A New World power facing off against an ancient empire. A desperate struggle to control a Pacific archipelago. A high-stakes campaign that would tip the balance in a fiercely contested theatre of war.
On 7 August 1942, US forces invaded Japanese-held Guadalcanal, signalling the beginning of a campaign which would last over six months. The American troops who stormed the Solomon Islands forced the Imperial Japanese Navy to abandon Guadalcanal in a victory which marked the first step towards Japan’s eventual defeat. This colourful graphic novel follows the stories of the troops on the ground, bringing the campaign vividly to life through the eyes of the soldiers, sailors, and pilots who fought on both sides. Combining an authentic historical story with striking visuals and expert storytelling, Guadalcanal reveals a campaign that changed the course of the War in the Pacific.

FIRE: Teutoburg Forest
The battle of the Teutoburg Forest in AD 9 was one of the greatest military disasters of the Roman empire. It witnessed the near-total annihilation of a Roman force three legions strong under Publius Quinctilius Varus, lured into a deadly trap by the Roman officer and Cheruscan nobleman Arminius on the pretext of assisting with the Roman pacification of the Germanic tribes. Stranded in unfamiliar forested country in the midst of torrential rain and mud, harried by lightning attacks from Arminius’ allies and abandoned by their Germanic cavalry, the legionaries struggled on in a desperate effort to break through to open ground. This colourful graphic novel tells the whole story of the running ambush and its climax in the narrow pass near Kalkriese, bringing the conflict vividly to life through the eyes of both the victorious Germanic tribesmen and the doomed Roman legionaries. Combining an authentic historical narrative with striking visuals and master storytelling, Teutoburg Forest brings the history of one of Rome’s greatest defeats vividly to life.

FIRE: The Battle of Kursk
In 1943, the fate of the Eastern Front hung in the balance. After a crushing defeat at Stalingrad, the German Army, desperate to regain the initiative, planned a huge offensive near the city of Kursk, 280 miles south-west of Moscow. Armed with the new Panther and Tiger tanks, Hitler and Field Marshal Erich von Manstein hoped to cut off and destroy Soviet forces in the Kursk salient using a pincer attack. But the Soviets knew they were coming, and they were ready.
The elite SS Panzer divisions were flung headlong into a well-prepared Soviet defence, and a bitter battle ensued. This graphic novel brings that battle vividly to life through the eyes of the men who were there, combining historical authenticity with stunning illustrations to tell the full story of the last great German offensive on the Eastern Front.


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Мнение от Клуб Стендов Моделизъм България » 17 сеп 2019, 12:00

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1. Новият американски УТС T-X получи името T-7A - 2019-09-16 19:22:29
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Новият учебно-тренировъчен самолет за ВВС на САЩ, който до момента бе известен, като T-X вече получи официалното си наименование T-7A Red Hawk. Това стана днес, 16 септември 2019 г.


2. ВВС гасиха горски пожар през уикенда - 2019-09-16 14:20:57
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В периода от 13 до 15 септември 2019 г., авиаторите от авиобаза Крумово изпълниха няколко задачи, в помощ на населението, по гасене на горски пожари в района на Котел и местността „Сухото езеро“ от Национален парк „Рила“. Това съобщиха от ВВС.


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Мнение от Клуб Стендов Моделизъм България » 18 сеп 2019, 12:00

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1. ПСС се оплака от липса на спасителни вертолети - 2019-09-17 19:30:52
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Планинска спасителна служба (ПСС) се оплака от липса на специализирани спасителни вертолети, което е наложило провеждане на изключително тежка спасителна операция в Пирин изцяло по земя.


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1. Sneak Peek at December's Artwork - 2019-09-18 08:34:08
Today on the blog we're looking at some of the artwork from the last of our 2019 titles. Let us know what you think in the comments section. If there are any January 2020 publications you'd like to see the artwork from next month, be sure to mention it below!

Duel 100: Me 262 vs P-51 Mustang by Robert Forsyth
Artwork by Jim Laurier, Gareth Hector

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This piece of artwork, requested by KAL9000, shows a scene near Quackenbrück on 8 November 1944, a few seconds before Leutnant Franz Schall of 2./Kommando Nowotny was forced to bail out of his Me 262A‑1a ‘White 1’ while being pursued by 1Lt James W. Kenney of the 362nd FS/357th FG.

X-Planes 13: The Wright Flyers 1899–1916 by Richard P. Hallion
Artwork by Adam Tooby

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This next illustration depicts Wilbur Wright catapulting aloft from the eastern infield of the Hunaudières race course 5 miles south-southeast of Le Mans at 6.30pm on Saturday 8 August, 1908, ascending steeply into a broad climbing circle before several hundred onlookers. At approximately 100ft in altitude, he levelled off into a second circle, and, after completing it, dipped into a gentle curving descent.

New Vanguard 277: British Amphibious Assault Ships by Edward Hampshire
Artwork by Adam Tooby

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This last image, requested by PAUL W, shows Fearless and two of her LCUs in San Carlos Bay during a Skyhawk raid on the morning of 21 May, 1982. The landing craft are bringing supplies ashore as the Argentine Air Force attacks them.


2. Last Days: Zombie Apocalypse: Seasons - Spring - 2019-09-18 08:29:26
Last Days: Zombie Apocalypse: Seasons is a new supplement for Ash Barker's skirmish wargame of survival horror. It introduces a range of new features to the game. On the blog today, author Ash Barker explores the challenges survivors will face as the seasons turn to Spring.
Springtime is usually considered to be marked with a sense of new beginnings. The desolation of winter gives way to the emerging life of flowers, leaves and animals retuning to activity and there is a buoyancy to this eruption of life.

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During my lifetime the challenges of winter would often seem to pale before the unpredictability of Springtime. A broken sump-pump in the basement of our family farm early in the year left us pumping two feet of water from the basement. Along with it were destroyed a great many stored bits of equipment that had been ‘safely’ put away for the season and which were now sodden or covered in rot. Even with modern conveniences I spent most of an easter weekend up to my ankles in freezing water, first emptying the basement with gasoline powered pumps and then hauling half ruined electronics, blankets, sleeping bags, boots and other gear out of the flooded cellar.
Now imagine you had no relief from this. Imagine it destroyed everything you’d worked the previous year to harvest, or build or collect. How would you recover? What would you do? Without maintenance the infrastructure that keeps even rural areas safe from these issues will break down rapidly and a secure and safe refuge or scavenging location might suddenly be gripped by nature’s cruel whimsy.
For survivors there will be the sweet relief of no longer having to manage cold. However, there is a chance that the winter overstays its welcome and an additional month of freezing temperatures extends into the spring. Add to that the possibilities of unpredictable flooding as melt-waters overflow rivers and dams and there is a real possibility of danger during this season.
Changing temperatures also bring with it the emergence of new bacterias and diseases. The undead will be festering with all manner of foulness that can make them deadly without ever having to bite, claw or even touch a Character while they are exploring.
These outbreaks of old or even new diseases or sicknesses may be totally invisible to the naked eye. How could one tell a rotting corpse carrying a virus from another rotting corpse that is not? This additional risk will mean Characters must be particularly careful with their encounters with Zombies. Worse still, someone sick in the Refuge can potentially pass their illness along to others, so be mindful of leaving characters untreated!
Whichever Season your Last Days: Zombie Apocalypse Campaign is set to being in, the year will unfold differently each time. No two Seasons Campaigns will be the same and once that year had ended your Gaming Group can choose to let their tales end there, or embark back through the Seasons once again!
Last Days: Zombie Apocalypse: Seasons is a new supplement for Ash Barker's skirmish wargame of survival horror. It introduces a range of new features to the game. On the blog today, author Ash Barker explores the challenges survivors will face as the seasons turn to Spring.


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Мнение от Клуб Стендов Моделизъм България » 19 сеп 2019, 12:00

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1. ВВС изпълниха задачи в помощ на населението - 2019-09-18 19:26:24
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Българските военновъздушни сили извършиха вчера и днес, 18 септември 2019 г., донорска задача с военно-транспортен самолет C-27J и гасиха горски пожар с вертолет Ми-17. Това съобщиха от ВВС.


2. Провежда се съвместното учение „Blue Bridge 2019” - 2019-09-18 18:59:24
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Българските ВВС участват в съвместно учение „Blue Bridge 2019” с участие на сили и средства от ВВС на Република България, ВВС на Румъния и ВВС на Канада. Това съобщиха днес, 18 септември 2019 г., от Военновъздушните сили.


3. МО: Не сме имали официално запитване за участие в спасителна акция от ПСС - 2019-09-18 16:40:35
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Министерство на отбраната не е получавала официално запитване за участие в спасителната акция в Пирин на 16 септември 2019 г. Това отговориха от военното ведомство на запитването на АЕРО.


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1. An Interview with Ron Field - 2019-09-19 08:34:00
In today's blog post, we're speaking to Ron Field all about his latest Osprey book, Combat 43: Sioux Warrior vs US Cavalryman.


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Q: What drew you to this conflict?
Since childhood I have been interested in the American West of the 1860s through 1890s. This was inspired when at nine years of age I received a Buffalo Bill Wild West Annual, published by T.V. Boardman, Ltd., as a Christmas present from a favourite aunt in 1950. The colourful stories by Arthur Groom and brilliant illustrations by Second World War veteran Denis McLouglin, including “Custer’s Last Stand,” captured my imagination and made me want to find out more about a captivating period in US history.

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Q: What was the most interesting or surprising thing you found while researching Sioux Warrior vs US Cavalryman?
I was surprised to learn that although a contemporary source, namely the Army & Navy Journal, claimed that the ranks of the cavalry regiments involved in the 1876 campaign contained new recruits who were untested and improperly trained. However, an examination of the length of service of troopers of the 7th Cavalry at the Little Bighorn revealed that, of 576 men present at the battle, 471 had served over one year, 201 had served over six months, and only nine men had less than six months’ experience in the saddle.

Q: What new knowledge uncovered in this combat book is different from other books on the same topic?
The view in many books is that Medicine Tail Coulee was the northern most point that Custer, with only two companies of troopers, approached the banks of the Little Bighorn, but it is now believed that he attempted to reach the river at another ford about half a mile further downstream. As my text states, “Although Custer approached another ford about a half-mile farther downstream and probably saw the fleeing non-combatants, he turned back in the face of growing resistance from warriors who were furiously defending their women, children, and elderly."

Q: Why weren't repeating rifles more widely issued in the US army after their effectiveness had been demonstrated during the Civil War? Were there funding issues when the war ended?
The reason that the US army did not issue repeating rifles such as the Winchester in 1876 was partly due to cost. The lowest bidder in contracts was usually accepted by the Ordnance Department. There was also an extreme reluctance on the part of the army to innovate and adopt new weaponry. If Custer had wanted lever action rifles, he would have had to purchase them out of his own pocket. Some unit commanders did so during the Civil War but that was less common afterwards.

Q: Did US cavalry tactics consider rifle/carbine firing while on horseback viable, or were cavalrymen expected dismount and fire on foot when they needed to use their carbines?
The drill book used by the USarmy in 1876 was Lt Col Emory Upton’s Cavalry Tactics: United States Army – assimilated to the Tactics of the Infantry and Artillery, published in 1873. This instructed that dismounted skirmishing should be the main cavalry mode of engagement with the enemy. This required one of every four men, designated as a horse holder, to remain mounted and control the riderless horses of the three. Horse holders retired to a safe position in the rear. By dismounting and kneeling under fire, the remaining troopers presented a much smaller target for the enemy and could take aim much more accurately than if mounted. This tactic worked very well at certain points under Brig. Gen. George Crook during the battle at The Rosebud in June 1876. But at the Little Bighorn the attempts of Custer’s battalion to conduct this tactic without time or space to use horse handlers proved disastrous. As Sioux chief Red Horse recalled, Custer’s troops made “five different stands.” In each, combat seems to have begun and ended within about ten minutes. Another Sioux chief named Low Dog stated, “As we rushed upon them the white warriors dismounted to fire, but they did very poor shooting. They held their horses [sic] reins on one arm while they were shooting, but their horses were so frightened that they pulled the men all around, and a great many of their shots went up in the air and did us no harm. The white warriors stood their ground bravely.”
At Slim Buttes in September 1876, forces under Crook successfully followed that part of Upton's tactics which required a defensive perimeter be formed to fend off large scale mounted attacks. As a result, thousands of warriors under Crazy Horse were kept at bay with minimal casualties. Lessons had been learned by a more cautious commander which helped subjugate the remaining Sioux who opposed the US government.

Q: What are you working on now?
Latest projects keeping me busy include preparations for a Mexican American War contribution to the Campaign series. Also, in tandem with collecting period images, some of which I show-cased in my Osprey title Silent Witness: The Civil War through Photography and its Photographers, I am constantly preparing articles and features for inclusion in state-of-the art US publications such as Military Images and Civil War Navy Magazine.

To find out more, order your copy of Sioux Warrior vs US Cavalryman here.


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1. Половин век от първия полет на Ми-24 - 2019-09-19 20:02:50
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Днес се навършва точно половин век от първия полет на съветския щурмови вертолет Ми-24. Той е осъществен на 19 септември 1969 г. от изпитателната станция на конструкторското бюро Мил в Панки, край Москва.


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1. Osprey's Big Reveal: General Military (2) - 2019-09-20 09:23:00
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We've reached the end of the Big Reveal for another year, and whilst it may be over, we're ending with a big one! Find out what General Military books are hitting the shelves in 2020 There are some fascinating books from a range of military history, so there's bound to be something that grabs your attention!
Find out more below and let us know which ones are your favourites.

GNM: Lawrence of Arabia and the War in the Desert 1916–18
One hundred years ago, Captain Lawrence and an unlikely band of Arab irregulars captured the strategic port of Aqaba after an epic journey through waterless tracts of desert. Their attacks on railways during the Great War are well known and have become the stuff of legend, but while Lawrence himself is quite prevalent , his ideas on war itself, are less well-known.
This new title offers a high-paced evaluation of T. E. Lawrence ‘of Arabia’ and the British military operations in the Near East, revising and adding to conventional narratives in order to tell the full story of this influential figure, as well as the Ottoman-Turkish perspective, and the Arabs’ position, within the context of the war. It is also a study of warfare and the manner in which Lawrence and others made their assessments of what was changing, what was distinctive, and what was unique to the desert environment. This book sets Lawrence in context, examines the peace settlement he participated in, and describes how Lawrence’s legacy has informed and inspired those partnering and mentoring local forces to the present day.

GNM: Mutiny on the Spanish Main
Mutiny on the Spanish Main tells the dramatic story of HMS Hermione, a British frigate that, in 1797, was the site of the bloodiest mutiny in British naval history, which saw the death of her captain and many of her officers. Though her crew handed her over to the Spanish, Hermione was subsequently recaptured in a daring raid on a Caribbean port two years later.
Illustrated with maps and diagrams tracing the events as they unfolded, and supported by informative inserts on the technical and tactical nuances of seamanship and naval warfare in the period, this book is both a fascinating narrative retelling and an informative guide to one of the most notorious events in the history of the Royal Navy.

GNM: Panzer IV
The Panzer IV programme was started in 1934, forming, alongside the Panzer IIs and IIIs, the schnellen Truppen, the force that was to become the Panzerwaffe. At first, German planners envisioned it in a secondary role, but during the invasions of The Low Countries and France, the more powerful Panzer IV took a more central role.
When the Panzerwaffe turned east to attack the Soviet Union, the Panzer IVs initially fared poorly against the better-armed T-34s, but upgrades to its gun and armour protection saw it perform far better, not only against Soviet armour, but also against British and American tanks in North Africa and Italy. In 1944, it was slowly replaced by the Panzer V Panther, but the dire strategic situation meant that it bore the brunt of the Allied D-Day invasion and its aftermath, and it remained in service until the end of the war. This fascinating study tells the complete story of Germany’s most widely produced tank of World War II.


GNM: Rome
In September 1943, following wave upon wave of Allied bombing, Italy announced an armistice with the Allies. Shortly afterwards, the German army disarmed Italian forces and, despite military and partisan resistance, quickly overran Rome. Resistance, however, remained strong. To aid the thousands of Allied POWs who escaped after the dissolution of the Italian army, priests, diplomats and escaped ex-POWs operating out of the Vatican formed a nationwide organization called the ‘Escape Line’. More than 4,000 Allied POWs scattered all over Italy were sheltered, clothed and fed by these courageous Italians, whose lives were forfeit if their activities were discovered. Meanwhile, as food became scarce and the Gestapo began to raid on homes and institutions, Italian partisan fighters launched attack after attack on German military units in the city, with the threat of execution never far away.
This is the compelling story of an Eternal City brought low, of the terror and hardship of occupation, and of the disparate army of partisan fighters, displaced aristocrats, Vatican priests, Allied POWs and ordinary citizens who battled for the liberation of Rome.

GNM: Sisters in Arms
Beginning with the founding myth of the Amazons, Julie Wheelwright explores the history of women in arms. She traces our fascination with these figures, many of whom successfully disguised themselves as men, using primary sources and their own words to bring their experiences vividly to light. Among these forgotten heroines are Christian Davies, Ireland’s most famous 18th-century soldier; Sarah Edmonds, who left her native Canada and was among hundreds of women who enlisted on both sides during the American Civil War; Maria Bochkareva, a private in the Tsar’s army and leader of the Women’s Battalion of Death in 1917; and Captain Flora Sandes, hero of the Serbian Army.
The book follows the evolution of women in combat, from the Scythian women who begat the Amazonian myth, to the passing women in the eighteenth century, and on to the re-emergence of women as proud members of the armed forces in various countries in the 20th and 21st centuries. The book also explores the formalisation of women’s military roles and questions the contemporary relationship between masculinity and combat.

GNM: The Devil's Bridge
On 17 September 1944, the Allies launched the largest airborne and glider operation in the history of warfare. Codenamed Operation Market Garden, it was intended to outflank the German West Wall and ‘bounce’ the Rhine at Arnhem, from where the Allies could strike into the Ruhr, Nazi Germany’s industrial heartland. Such a move could have ended the war.
However, Market Garden and the battle for Arnhem were a disaster for the Allies. Put together in little over a week and lacking in flexibility, the operation became an all-or-nothing race against time. The plan to link the airborne divisions by pushing an armoured division up a sixty-five mile corridor was optimistic at best, and the British drop zones were not only too far from Arnhem Bridge, but also directly above two recuperating SS Panzer divisions. This new book explores the operation from the perspective of the Germans as renowned historian Anthony Tucker-Jones examines how they were able to mobilise so swiftly and effectively in spite of depleted troops and limited intelligence.

GNM: The English Civil War
The English Civil Wars (1638–51) comprised the deadliest conflict in history fought on British soil, in which brother took up arms against brother, father fought against son, and towns, cities and villages fortified themselves in the cause of Royalists or Parliamentarians. Although much historical attention has focused on the events in England and the key battles of Edgehill, Marston Moor and Naseby, this was a conflict that engulfed the entirety of the Three Kingdoms and led to a trial and execution that profoundly shaped the British monarchy and Parliament.
This beautifully presented atlas tells the whole story of Britain’s revolutionary civil war, from the earliest skirmishes of the Bishops Wars in 1639–40 through to 1651, when Charles II’s defeat at Worcester crushed the Royalist cause, leading to two decades of Stuart exile. Each map is supported by a detailed text, providing a complete explanation of the complex and fluctuating conflict that ultimately meant that the Crown would always be answerable to Parliament.

GNM: The History of the Panzerjäge
The German Panzerjäger, or Panzerjägertruppe, was one of the most innovative fighting arms of World War II and its story has never properly been told, until now. Many books have focused on an element of the story – the Hetzer, Jagdpanzer, and Jagdpanther – but this two-volume series represents the first time that the whole history of the development and organization of Nazi Germany's anti-tank force has been revealed.
This second volume takes up the story in the mid-war years and follows the development of the Panzerjäger, describing the innovative new vehicles such as the Ferdinand, Elefant and Nashorn. German Armoured Fighting Vehicle specialist Thomas Anderson also analyses the key role it performed in the War in the Desert and across the Eastern Front, and ultimately in the defence of the Reich itself. Packed with previously unpublished wartime photographs, combat reports, and detailed charts and statistics, this book offers an unparalleled account of this unique arm of the Wehrmacht.

GNM: The Medieval Knight
The traditional 'knight in shining armour' has become a staple figure in popular culture and the images of bloody battlefields, bustling feasting halls and courtly tournaments have been creatively interpreted many times in film and fiction. But what was the knight truly like? The world of the English medieval knight was complex and ever-changing. An expert on medieval military history, Christopher Gravett describes how the knights evolved over three centuries of English and European history, the wars they fought, their lives both in peacetime and on campaign, the weapons they fought with, the armour and clothing they wore and their fascinating code and mythology of chivalry. The text is richly illustrated with images ranging from manuscript illustrations to modern artwork reconstructions, and many photographs of historic artefacts and sites.

GNM: Warship 2020
For over 40 years, Warship has been the leading annual resource on the design, development, and deployment of the world’s combat ships. Featuring a broad range of articles from a select panel of distinguished international contributors, this latest volume combines original research, new book reviews, warship notes, an image gallery, and much more, maintaining the impressive standards of scholarship and research with which Warship has become synonymous. Detailed and accurate information is the keynote of all the articles, which are fully supported by plans, data tables, and stunning photographs.


2. Gaslands: Refuelled Chop Shop Challenge Gallery - 2019-09-19 09:25:29
Looking for some inspiration for your next Gaslands: Refuelled creation? Check out these fantastic vehicles, a selection of the vehicles sent in as part of the Chop Shop Challenge!
If you want to show off your cars simply email us at https://ospreypublishing.com/info@ospreygames.co.uk?subject=gaslands%20refuelled%20chop%20shop%20challenge and include 'Chop Shop Challenge' in the subject, and we'll include it in our upcoming gallery of Gaslands awesomness! You can also share your creations on Twitter - just make sure you include #chopshopchallenge in your tweet! Don't worry if you don't see your vehicle in this gallery, we have more coming up in the coming weeks!



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1. Jet Prototypes of World War II: Gloster, Heinkel, and Caproni Campini’s wartime jet programmes - 2019-09-23 10:04:00
On today's blog post, Tony Buttler, author of Jet Prototypes of World War II, looks at a few of the jet programmes that occurred during the war.


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I have had the great good fortune to write books and articles on aviation history for nearly 25 years. My great passion within this field, however, a subject which of course has so many different facets and now stretches back well in excess of a century, is the design and development of military aircraft and the construction and flight test of prototype, experimental and test bed aeroplanes. So when Osprey approached me about writing a book on the very first jet aircraft to be built in Europe, well that was right in my sphere and I couldn’t wait to get started. The very first paragraph in the book sets the scene:
‘During the six long years of World War II the major nations involved developed a string of outstanding piston-powered fighter aircraft. Production types like the late marks of the Focke-Wulf Fw 190, North American P-51 Mustang and Supermarine Spitfire, plus various advanced prototypes flown towards the end of the conflict, represented a peak of development for piston-engined combat aircraft and their powerplants. Yet behind the scenes, even before war had broken out, programmes for more advanced forms of aircraft propulsion were under way in Britain, Germany and Italy. These would result in some fascinating prototypes and, although the approach taken by the latter nation would come to nothing, the development of the jet engine by the remaining two countries would lay the ground for all of the high performance military and civil aircraft produced since 1945.’
This was indeed very raw research in a completely new field and it was fascinating to see how these different nations approached their task, except that the story does not really focus on three countries, but rather three separate engine and aircraft development programmes. And these programmes were all driven, at least to begin with, by three strong personalities – Frank Whittle in Britain, Hans Joachim Pabst von Ohain in Germany, and Secondo Campini in Italy. Many books and articles have been written about Whittle and von Ohain, some good, some not, and at least one (The Jet Pioneers by Glyn Jones) looks at their work side-by-side. It is understood, however, that Jet Prototypes of World War II is the first title to describe and discuss all three together. Campini’s ducted-fan system was quite crude in comparison to the turbojets produced by the other two designers, but today it is accepted that his work fills an important part of the ‘jet’ story.
At the time of course Britain, Germany and Italy were looking at this new form of jet propulsion as an innovative way of winning a war, and one suspects few of the personalities involved (save perhaps Frank Whittle who was a true visionary) could have foreseen how the jet engine would change the world they knew so completely, and so quickly! As one might expect, the advanced nature of these new engines required the creation of much new technology, which was expensive. It is well documented that, to accompany his own efforts, Whittle had many supporters and detractors, but he wasn’t the only designer in this saga to suffer from politics.
Once established, the three engine programmes required airframes to test them, and the resulting Gloster E.28, Heinkel He 178 (and He 280 jet fighter) and the Caproni-Campini C.2 form the core of the book. Again they make a fascinating comparison. As Britain’s first ever jet aircraft to fly, the E.28 proved a great success and was eventually used for research outside just proving the jet engine. The He 178 appears to have been less successful, though many details of its flying career went unrecorded. The He 280 was pushed out by the rival Messerschmitt Me 262 jet fighter, and the C.2 was too big and too heavy to successfully test its powerplant. However, of the three jet pioneers, only Campini actually designed, built and flew an aeroplane that was powered by a propulsive system of his own creation. Both Whittle and von Ohain had to rely on specialist airframe manufacturers to provide vehicles for their engines.
The three key players in this story, Whittle, von Ohain and Campini, all realised that jet propulsion could one day provide powerplants that would take aircraft to speeds and altitudes far greater than had previously been possible. Unfortunately for Campini, his approach to jet propulsion, with a piston engine driving the compressor, proved a dead end. Germany’s adoption of the axial type of turbojet from the word go added complexity to its designs, but the experience gained would soon be put to good use by America, Britain, France and the Soviet Union. Britain’s decision to begin with the centrifugal arrangement meant that its first jet engines were simpler and more straightforward to build and were more reliable, but even in Britain it was clear from an early stage that the way forward for future projects had to be the axial jet.
In 1945 the state of the art of piston engine development had reached its peak worldwide, with some fighter types reaching speeds of almost 500mph! But the presence of a propeller would stop these machines from flying any faster. The jet engine removed any need for a propeller, thereby clearing a path to much greater speeds well in excess of the speed of sound. By any stretch of the imagination Whittle and von Ohain’s early engines were very basic equipment, very raw and completely undeveloped, yet almost immediately they were taking fighter type aircraft to speeds which matched those of current piston-powered machines. Jet Prototypes of World War II describes how a new idea for an aircraft engine was turned into reality.

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2. SPIEL '19 Preorders - Osprey Games - 2019-09-23 09:57:00
Osprey Games will be attending SPIEL ’19 in Essen, Germany, where we will be showcasing our games at Booth 5H124. We look forward to seeing you there! In this blog you will find details for preordering games from us. Please preorder by 17th October to give us time to get the stock delivered!
This year at SPIEL we will be launching Judge Dredd: Helter Skelter, which brings characters from the worlds of 2000AD crashing into Martin Wallace's Wildlands. We'll also have Embers of Memory: A Throne of Glass Game, our new two-player cooperative card game based on the #1 bestselling series by Sarah J. Maas.
We'll also have a special pre-release offer, with Wildlands: Map Pack 2: Fall of the Dark House available at the show. The game, which publishes in November 2019, brings three new maps to Martin Wallace's critically-acclaimed game, including two maps that are specifically designed for 2 players.
The games we are bringing can be found with their prices in the table below.
MINIATURE WARGAMERS – We will be bringing a very limited selection of our newest wargames. If there is a wargame you particularly want to pick up, please let us know by email and we will confirm whether it will be possible.
To make sure people don’t miss out on the games they want, we’re now accepting preorders on all the games we are bringing to the show! All you need to do is send an email to us at https://ospreypublishing.com/info@ospreygames.co.uk?subject=spiel 2019 preorder and let us know which games you are interested in. Please give your email the subject Essen Preorder. We’re happy to keep these to one side until 12pm on Saturday to give you time to come and get the games you are most excited by! Any games not collected by 12pm will be returned to general stock.

Game Price Judge Dredd: Helter Skelter €65 Embers of Memory: A Throne of Glass Game €20 Undaunted: Normandy €30 Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell: A Board Game of English Magic €40 Judge Dredd: The Cursed Earth €25 Wildlands €60 Wildlands: The Unquiet Dead €20 Wildlands: The Adventuring Party €20 Wildlands: Map Pack 1: The Warlock's Tower & The Crystal Canyons €15 Wildlands: Map Pack 2: Fall of the Dark House €15 Wildlands + Expansions bundle €110 All four Wildlands expansions €55 Cryptid €30 High Society €15 The Lost Expedition €20 The Lost Expedition: The Fountain of Youth & Other Adventures €15 The Lost Expedition + Expansion Pack €30 Escape from the Aliens in Outer Space €30 Odin's Ravens €15


Due to stock limitations at the show, the games listed below will only be available for people who preorder them for pickup at the show. If you would like any of them, please make sure you email us to let us know! Game Price Star Cartel €15 Samurai Gardener €10 Zoo Ball €15 Shahrazad €10 Escape from Colditz €40 Let Them Eat Cake €15 Agamemnon €15 They Come Unseen €40 Sakura €15 London: Second Edition €30


Please send your preorder requests by Tuesday 17th October so we can make sure we have the games for you!


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1. Operation Market Garden Extract - 2019-09-25 08:53:27
In September 1944, Field Marshal Montgomery planned to capture key bridges that would be the required conquests for the final push into Germany, perhaps ending the war in Europe by Christmas. Operation Market-Garden was launched on 17th September to fulfil that aim, and continued till 25 September 1944, when the remaining forces retreated.
This extract, taken from CAM 317: Operation Market-Garden 1944 (3) by Ken Ford, recounts the XXX Crops experience on 25 September 1944, exactly 75 years ago today.



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Operation Garden was nearing its end. The long salient that had been thrust 100km (60 miles) into enemy territory did not signal the start of the end of the war that it was hoped to be. All along the route, from Joe’s Bridge to the Lower Rhine, the enemy was in contact with the entire British force. ‘Club’ Route was vulnerable from an enemy that was growing in strength each day, as more and more formations from Zangen’s 15. Armee that had escaped across the Scheldt were fed into the battle. To the east, scratch formations were being raised inside Germany and fed westwards to hit the forces of Operation Market-Garden on their eastern flank. Three British corps were in contact with the enemy, all moving northwards through the Netherlands towards the Lower Rhine where their way would be well and truly blocked.
With evacuation now the main priority, Horrocks issued new orders to the 43rd (Wessex) Division. Thomas was told to continue with his plan for the relief of the airborne division, complete the capture of Elst, hold the corps’ east flank from Elst to the Lower Rhine, protect the west flank from the Rhine back to the river Waal and hold one brigade and an armoured regiment in reserve. The Guards Armoured Division would hold the right flank from the Waal up to Elst and continue with the aid of the 69th Brigade.
The day did not pass peacefully for the 43rd (Wessex) Division as it arranged for the night’s evacuation of Urquhart’s airborne formation. Across the river, the enemy continued shelling and mortaring not only the airborne perimeter but also the area around Driel where the preparations were being made. Lanes lined by white tape were laid down to the riverbank at two crossing sites opposite the airborne perimeter. Transport and medical facilities were brought forward to receive and then transfer exhausted paratroops away from the river to reception centres in the rear. To throw the Germans off guard, a very noisy simulated attack was to take place downstream to coincide with the evacuation, in order to deceive the enemy into thinking that an assault crossing was to be made there. The actual crossings were to be supported by all the available guns of XXX Corps, as well as the 43rd (Wessex) Division’s own artillery, mortars and machine guns, which would hopefully mislead the enemy into thinking that the airborne lodgement was being reinforced.
At 1030hrs that morning, Maj. Gen. Urquhart approved the plan for Operation Berlin and signalled Thomas to go ahead with the arrangements. Four field companies of engineers would carry out the task of ferrying survivors back across the river, two from 43rd (Wessex) Division and two Canadian units. Two crossing places were allocated, each a mile apart. Both sites were provided with 16 assault boats and 21 storm boats. The assault boats were rather flimsy wood and canvas powered by paddle, whilst the storm boats were much larger wood and plywood craft, each powered by an Evinrude outboard motor. These boats were heavy and cumbersome to manoeuvre – it took a whole platoon of men to carry each one down to the water’s edge. There were also three DUKWs available for the exercise, but their employment in the shallow muddy water close to the shore left their effectiveness in doubt. The 43rd (Wessex) Division’s Royal Engineers had the task of organizing the evacuation under the command of their Commander Royal Engineers (CRE) Lt. Col. Henniker.
When the time came for the evacuation to begin, there had still been no news about the fate of the 4th Dorsets. The night was dark with heavy rain and strong wind, which, in part, helped to shield the activities on the river from the enemy. However, the intensity of the barrage and the volume of small arms and mortar fire from the Wessex Division left the Germans in no doubt that something significant was taking place.
Many individual acts of heroism and much solid determination marked the to and fro of craft across the river that night. The Germans subjected the area to intense mortaring and machine-gun fire. Some boats were hit by enemy fire, some got into trouble and tipped their occupants into the river while others made the hazardous crossing successfully and immediately turned around to go back and carry another load of men to safety. The process was time consuming and hazardous. By the end of the night, 2,163 airborne troops, 160 Poles and 75 men of the 4th Dorsets had been carried back across the river.
With the demise of British 1st Airborne Division and the evacuation from its unhappy battlefield after nine days of heroic defiance, the Market-Garden offensive came to a halt. XXX Corps now switched from offence into defence. Continual interruptions to the main axis had interfered with the normal supply of ammunition and stores, leaving the 43rd (Wessex) Division and other formations short of what was needed to continue their struggle against the enemy. The units in the line were in positions not of their own choosing, called upon to mount a defence against an enemy that was growing in strength daily. Their great salient, carved out against a determined enemy, was a road to nowhere. It was a sad end to what had been seen as a great enterprise just nine days before.
-Ken Ford, Operation Market Garden 1944 (3), page 87-89

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1. Mirage III IAI Nesher/Dagger - 2019-09-26 11:42:00
Israel Aircraft Industries manufactured more than fifty of Mirage 5, within the Israele Defence Force/Air Force were known as Nesher; after an outstanding performance in the Yom Kippur War, most were sold to Argentina in the late 70s.


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1. Atlas of the Blitzkrieg Extract - 2019-09-30 10:30:00
In September 1939, Nazi Germany launched its infamous Blitzkrieg invasion of Poland, bringing about the outbreak of World War II. Today's blog post, an extract from Robert Kirchubel's Atlas of the Blitzkrieg 1939–41, looks at the aerial operations at the beginning of the campaign.


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"Fall Weiss set the standard for beginning an attack used by nearly every conventional operation since: An aerial assault against the enemy’s air force, ground troops and national infrastructure. Contrary to popular myth and German propaganda, the Luftwaffe did not obliterate the Polish Air Force in the campaign’s first couple of days, although German numbers and quality eventually did turn the tide in the attackers’ favour.
Approximately one‑third of the Luftwaffe’s aircraft – 1,939 of an available 2,775 – took part in the east. At this early stage of World War II, the air force had not been completely subordinated to the army, so had its own independent plan against Poland. Some Luftwaffe leaders, aircrew and ground staff had tasted combat in Spain, but most had no practical experience. The Poles had about 1,929 machines, almost half of which carried bombs, mostly for tactical missions. Around half of its inventory comprised first line aircraft, though even many of these were obsolete. Most of the Polish Air Force flew in support of the army.
During the initial period, the Luftwaffe largely gained air superiority while also interdicting Poland’s infrastructure, especially portions involved with mobilization, reservist assembly points and rail nodes. Sixty He 111 bombers hit Krakow on the first day while others bombed Łodz, L’wow and Lublin; thick fog prevented the Warsaw attack. Stukas (Ju 87s) and Do 17s attacked airfields at Deblin, Goclaw, Krosno, Ktowitz, Moderowski, Mokotow, Toruń, Wadowice and Warsaw‑Okęcie. They mainly destroyed older models, since as a precaution on the last day of peace, the Poles had withdrawn their best planes to scattered secondary bases. Polish mobilization stations and troop trains came under heavy bombardment, as did Polish bases and ships in the Baltic. The Luftwaffe provided close air support for the advancing army from day one. Of particular note was Generalmajor Wolfram Freiherr von Richthofen’s Fliegerfuhrer zbV, made up of five Gruppen of 140 Stukas and one each of Bf 110s and Hs 123 biplanes. This outfit went on to become Flieger‑Korps (Air Corps) VIII, which along with its commander, achieved near‑legendary status throughout World War II. Thanks to its concentrated mass, it could apply close air support operationally.
Poland’s Pursuit Brigade rose up, notably over Warsaw, and scored some early victories over German Stukas and Hs 123s. The Bomber Brigade and other close air support aircraft flew to assist the army. Losses from defending Polish cities and attacking German spearheads roughly halved the Polish Air Force in the war’s first five days.
During the second phase of the war, the Luftwaffe could basically operate with impunity as the Polish Air Force retreated eastwards. Most missions were in support of the army, in particular the blitzing panzers. When the 4. Panzer‑Division reached south‑west Warsaw on 8 September, the Luftwaffe arrived in force, first to assist the division’s attacks and then to cover its defence and withdrawal. Around the 11th, however, both air forces concentrated their efforts in the region of the Bzura counterattack. After initial German surprise, the Luftwaffe arrived in force in support of the 8. and 10. Armeen. Medium bombers called off their attacks against industrial and infrastructure targets in order to contribute to the ground combat. With this crisis mastered, German planes once again helped the advancing army negotiate the Vistula River crossings.
The concentrated bombing of Warsaw marked the next phase of aerial operations. Beginning on 13 September, Luftwaffe bombers started hitting the city in earnest. After dropping millions of leaflets warning the civilian population to evacuate the city, the assault began on the 16th in concert with army heavy artillery. Large raids followed on the 18th, 19th, 22nd and 24th, as the two sides negotiated the capital’s surrender. By that point, the German high command had grown tired of Polish stalling, so ordered a massive bombardment for the 25th. More than 400 bombers flying three to four sorties dropped over 500 tons of high‑explosive and 72 tons of incendiary bombs on government buildings, water, gas and electric utilities, and military targets. Surrender negotiations began the next day and were signed on 27 September.
At a cost of 743 aircrew and 285 machines (including 109 bombers), the Luftwaffe learned some valuable lessons for the future. Air–ground cooperation was good but needed improvement. A harder to fix problem was its equipment, since from now on the Germans would have to fight with what they had on hand: Aircraft that were too small, too slow, under‑armed and with short ranges. As for Poland, many of its aviators escaped to fight another day, under more even odds."
- Robert Kirchubel, Atlas of the Blitzkrieg 1939–41, page 56


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1. Словенската Adria Airways фалира - 2019-09-30 19:32:44
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Словенската авиокомпания Adria Airways обяви, че влиза в процедура по фалит и прекратява всички свои операции считано от днес, 30 септември 2019 г.


2. България и Македония обменят опит във вертолетната авиация - 2019-09-30 18:57:01
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На 24 и 25 септември 2019 г. в Командването на Въздушна бригада Петровец бяха проведени експертни дискусии в областта на военната авиация и противовъздушната отбрана между екипи на Република Северна Македония и Република България. Това съобщават македонските въоръжени сили.


3. AS 532 извърши медицински полет - 2019-09-30 17:48:15
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Днес, 30 септември 2019 г. беше изпълнен специален медицински полет с един вертолет АS 532AL Cougar с регистрационен знак 710, от състава на авиобаза Крумово. Това съобщиха от ВВС


4. Пилоти-изтребители преминаха през тренажорна подготовка в Сърбия - 2019-09-30 17:10:32
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От 24 до 27 септември 2019 г. се проведе тренажорна подготовка на военнослужещи от Българските Военновъздушни сили в авиобаза Батайница, Република Сърбия. Това съобщиха от ВВС.


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1. October's Book Vote and Last Month's Results - 2019-10-01 10:43:35
This month's book vote focuses on our Aircraft of the Aces series with five thrilling titles competing for your votes. Read more below and cast your vote by clicking on the link included!

ACE: Aces of Jasta 21

ACE: Kittyhawk Aces of the Pacific ACE: F4U Corsair Aces of VF-17

ACE: F6F Hellcat Aces over the Philippines
ACE: Japanese Floatplane Fighter Aces


Aces of Jasta 21
A crack fighter squadron that claimed more than 140 victories in just 11 months, Jasta 21 was a Royal Saxon Jagdstaffel that was led into action by a series of high-scoring aces. It flew all the key German fighter types in World War 1, namely the Albatros D II, D III, D V and D Va and Fokker D VII, as well as the more obscure Pfalz D III and D IIIa.

Kittyhawk Aces of the Pacific
In the Pacific theatre the Kittyhawk first saw service in the desperate defence of Port Moresby in New Guinea in early 1942 and later in the year in blunting the Japanese offensive at Milne Bay where they proved the decisive factor. The squadrons were in part manned by many successful aces from the desert and Europe.

F4U Corsair Aces of VF-17
VF-17 played a major part in defeating Imperial Japanese Naval Air Force air power in the South Pacific defending stronghold ‘Fortress Rabaul’. Lt Cdr Tom Blackburn always stressed teamwork and led a group of high spirited and aggressive pilots to a Navy Unit Commendation, making the ‘Skull and Crossbones’ squadron one of the most successful fighter units in the annals of air warfare.

F6F Hellcat Aces over the Philippines
The U.S. Navy’s Fast Carrier Task Force participated in the campaign to liberate the Philippines from October 1944 to January 1945, engaging in intensive air combat over the Philippine Islands and attacking Japanese Navy and Army Air units in Formosa in support of the campaign, until the Army Air Force could establish bases in the Philippines. The Navy’s carrier fighter squadrons destroyed more aircraft over the Philippines and Formosa during this period than in any other campaign.

Japanese Floatplane Fighter Aces
The Imperial Japanese Naval Air Force (IJNAF) placed great faith in floatplane fighters during World War 2, using the aircraft to support amphibious operations and defend remote bases during campaigns in Southeast Asia, the Dutch East Indies, the Aleutians and the Southwest Pacific.

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Last month we asked you what would you like to see published in our Duel series. Thank you to everyone who voted and provided feedback, the full results are listed below!
DUE: Athenian Trireme vs Persian Trireme: 509–449 BC 38% DUE: SdKfz 251 Halftrack vs US M3 halftrack: 1941-45 23% DUE: USN Fleet Destroyer vs IJN Fleet Submarine, 1942-45 11% DUE: German 7.5cm KwK 37 gun vs Soviet 76.2mm gun: Eastern Front, 1941–43 12% DUE: US Armor vs RPG: Vietnam 1965–73 16%

Did your favourite win? Which Aircraft of the Aces title did you vote for? Let us know in the comments!


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1. Китай показа множество нови системи по време на грандиозен военен парад в Пекин - 2019-10-01 20:17:38
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Китай показа множество нови авиационни системи по време на грандиозен военен парад, който се проведе днес, 1 октомври 2019 г., в Пекин. Той бе посветен на 70-тата годишнина на Китайската народна република.


2. Провежда се тренировката „Ramstein Guard BGR 2019” - 2019-10-01 13:49:54
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В периода от 29 септември до 4 октомври 2019 г. българските Военновъздушни сили ще вземат участие в тренировка на сили и средства за ПВО за работа в условия на радиоелектронни смущения „Ramstein Guard BGR 2019”. Това съобщиха от ВВС.


3. ВВС на САЩ тренират бързо пребазиране в България - 2019-10-01 13:30:41
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ВВС на Съединените щати са тренирали бързо пребазиране в българската авиобаза Граф Игнатиево през миналата седмица. Това съобщават от ВВС на САЩ.


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