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Iwo Jima 1945: The Marines Raise the Flag on Mount Suribachi

by Derrick Wright & Jim Laurier

One of the decisive battles of World War II (1939-1945) in the Pacific, Iwo Jima was described by Lieutenant-General Holland Smith, Commander Fleet Marine Forces Pacific, as "The most savage and most costly...


M10 and M36 Tank Destroyers 1942-53

by Steven Zaloga & Peter Sarson

The US Army had a unique tactical doctrine during World War II, placing the emphasis for tank fighting on its Tank Destroyer Command whose main early-war vehicle was the M10 3-inch Gun Motor Carriage, based...


The Russo-Turkish War 1877

by Ian Drury & Raffaele Ruggeri

On 24 April 1877 Tsar Nicholas II declared war on the Ottoman Empire. The Sultan had a battle-hardened army ready for war. For the Tsar, this was to be the first major conflict since the abolition of serfdom...


Modelling the Marder Self-Propelled Gun

by Samuel Dwyer

The term Marder (meaning weasel) was the name given to this family of open-topped tank destroyers. Combining high mobility and heavy firepower, they saw significant combat action in several theatres, This book...


The US Army of World War I

by Mark Henry & Stephen Walsh

When the USA entered World War I in April 1917 her Regular Army counted just 128,000 men and lacked all the necessary equipment and training for modern trench warfare. By the Armistice of November 1918, General...


Wehrmacht Auxiliary Forces

by Nigel Thomas & Simon Mccouaig

Though the 'Wehrmachtsgefolge' (Armed Forces Auxiliaries) were generally inferior to their armed forces equivalents, their contribution to the German war-effort was far from negligible. Auxiliaries including...


French Army 1870-71 Franco-Prussian War (2): Republican Troops

by Stephen Shann & Richard Hook

The capitulation of Napoleon and his army at Sedan in September 1870 shook Paris to its foundations. The Second Empire was swept from power, and a Government of National Defence hastily put in its place. To...


French Army 1870-71 Franco-Prussian War (1): Imperial Troops

by Stephen Shann & Jeffrey Burn

At the time of the Second Empire, under Napoleon III, the French army, elevated from tactful obscurity, was re-modelled on Napoleonic lines. This army first fought in the Crimea, and then against Austria. Later,...


Ninja Ad 1460-1650

by Stephen Turnbull & Wayne Reynolds

The Ninja were the secret agents and assassins of feudal Japan and they remain a subject of enduring fascination. They first emerged during the power struggles of 9th and 10th century Japan, in response to the...


Nagashino 1575: Slaughter at the barricades

by Stephen Turnbull & Howard Gerrard

Osprey's examination of the campaign at Nagashino in 1575. When Portuguese traders took advantage of the constant violence in Japan to sell the Japanese their first firearms, one of the quickest to take advantage...


The First Battle of the Marne 1914: The French miracle halts the Germans

by Ian Sumner

Osprey's study of the Battle of the Marne, which was one of the decisive encounters of World War I (1914-1918), saving France from a catastrophic defeat that would almost certainly have knocked her out of the...


Norman Stone Castles (1): The British Isles 1066-1216

by Christopher Gravett & Adam Hook

Descended from the Viking raiders who settled in Northern France under the leadership of Rollo in around 911, the Normans were amongst the most feared warriors of their time. Their territorial ambitions culminated...


Siege Weapons of the Far East (2): AD 960-1644

by Stephen Turnbull & Wayne Reynolds

From the 11th century AD, East Asian armies made increasing use of exploding missiles and siege cannon to reduce the fortifications of their enemies. Some of these weapons were very similar to those used in...


Siege Weapons of the Far East (1): Ad 612-1300

by Stephen Turnbull & Wayne Reynolds

The prevalence of particular fortress types in medieval China, Mongolia, Japan and Korea demanded the evolution of different modes of siege warfare in each country. The wealthy walled towns of China, the mountain...


The Walls of Constantinople AD 324-1453

by Stephen Turnbull & Peter Dennis

The walls of Constantinople are the greatest surviving example of European medieval military architecture in the world. They withstood numerous sieges until being finally overcome by the artillery of Mehmet...


French Napoleonic Infantry Tactics 1792-1815

by Paddy Griffith & Peter Dennis

Osprey's examination of French infantry tactics during the Napoleonic Wars (1799-1815). For over 20 years France was the dominating, controlling and conquering power of the western world, a result not only of...


Vietnam Firebases 1965-73: American and Australian Forces

by Randy Foster & Peter Dennis

Impressive in terms of scale and structure, the Fire Support Base became a dominant element in ground maneuver during the Vietnam War. Initially a mobile base, it soon evolved into a semi-permanent and more...


The Roman Army from Hadrian to Constantine

by Michael Simkins & Ronald Embleton

The year of 122 was the first time a Roman Emperor had set foot in the Province of Britannia since the invasion in AD 43. No doubt he had read many reports concerning the damage caused by marauding tribesmen...


The US Navy in World War II

by Mark Henry & Ramiro Bujeiro

Osprey's examination of the United States Navy during World War II (1939-1945). In 1941 the US Navy had 17 battleships - of which eight would be knocked out on the first day of the war - four aircraft carriers,...


The German Army 1939-45 (5): Western Front 1943-45

by Nigel Thomas & Stephen Andrew

This book covers the high command, the developments in unit organisation, the campaigns and the uniforms and equipment of the German Army in the last two years of the war in North-West Europe and Italy. Despite...