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OSPREY continues to release titles on foot soldiers, cavalry, and warriors of antiquity. Four forthcoming titles present SAMURAI, NAPOLEONIC, CONSTANTINOPLE, and 1916 VERDUN subjects.
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Osprey Publishing announced their new book releases.
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Osprey Publishing welcome the military history enthusiasts to their new web site.
Osprey Publishing have recently announced that they will be relaunching their website. The following notice is verbatim per the press release I received in my mailbox:
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Osprey Publishing have recently announced the following figure modelling related titles, due to be released during January through March 2008.
Osprey has announced the July and August releases.

This is the second of what will be the complete list of Future Releases from Osprey Publishing up to and including September 2005. In this story, the attention tuns to books relevant for figure/diorama modellers with a bit of Military History thrown in as well. Once again, I have to acknowledge the assistance given in the compilation of this article by Rudi Richardson (TAROK)
The end of this month will see five more titles of particular relevance for figure modellers released by the British publishing house - Osprey Publishing
Only three Figure-related titles this month from Osprey Publishinghowever, all of them cover interesting topics for both modellers and history buffs...
Continuing with a policy that was established recently, all the new Osprey Publishing releases will be posted according to their 'type'.
This news story covers the October releases in books related to figure modellers, although there will inevitabley be some 'cross-pollination' with other genres....
Due to the sheer volume of releases from Osprey publishing, this news story will concentrate entirely on material relevant for figure modellers. Please bear with me! If you preffered the old 'general' format better, please tell me!
In this new book, US MARINE CORPS PACIFIC THEATER OF OPERATIONS, the author, Gordon Rottman, has the difficult task of summarizing three years of U.S.M.C. operations and re-structure in a mere 96 pages....