Tuesday, January 29, 2019

New March releases from Osprey!

Order by Date: February 1, 2019
Street Date: March 19, 2019

Bolt Action: Campaign: Fortress Budapest

$30.00 SRP

As the Soviet Red Army marches westward, the city of Budapest stands in their way. Encircled and severely outnumbered, the German and Hungarian forces attempt to resist the Soviet juggernaut and defend Festung Budapest to the last. This book brings the siege of Budapest to the table-top with in-depth information on the forces involved, linked scenarios, and new Theatre Selectors that make this an ideal resource for any Bolt Action player with an interest in the the Eastern Front and the fall of the Reich.

Wildlands: The Adventuring Party

$25.00 SRP

The Adventuring Party has arrived, bringing four classic adventurers to the Wildlands. Play as a thief, a wizard, a cleric, and a barbarian, asserting your dominance over your opponents and immortalizing your status as fantasy favourites. A word of warning - these characters don't like to be left out, and will invade your game whether someone is playing them or not, stealing your crystal shards and punching anyone in their way.

This faction pack includes four unique miniatures and their activation deck, along with encounter rules for using this faction as non-player characters.

Requires a copy of Wildlands to play.

World War II Battle by Battle

$15.00 SRP

This compact gift book takes thirty of World War II's most significant clashes, both the famous and the lesser known, and presents their stories in a concise, easy to digest format, accompanied by beautiful Osprey artwork plates in full colour that illuminate a key moment in each battle.

World War II was the single greatest conflict the world has ever known, fought in theatres all around the globe, and many of its battles - Stalingrad, Monte Cassino, the Battle of Britain - are household names. While the Western Front in Europe is often what first comes to mind, bitter and bloody battles were also fought in Eastern Europe, Africa, Asia and the Pacific, on land, at sea, and in the air, and their many stories help illuminate both the scale and the varying character of the conflict.

Author: Nikolai Bogdanovic

Cold War Fleet: Ships of the Royal Navy 1966–91

$75.00 SRP

Cold War Fleet is a selection of photographs of Royal Navy vessels from the 25 years from 1966 to 1991. Each is reproduced at an exceptionally high standard, accompanied by a detailed caption. Many of the photos are completely unique and have never been published, such as the images of the minesweepers HMS Wilton and HMS Bossington photographed during Operation Rheostat in 1974. There are many ships displayed that took part in the Falklands conflict and a large number of aerial photographs.

Created by two of the most acclaimed naval photographers in the world, this stunning book is a window back in time to the Royal Navy of the Cold War, showing a fleet created to defend Britain and other NATO countries from Soviet attack. Featuring every kind of ship from aircraft carriers and destroyers to auxiliary vessels, this is a peerless resource for any enthusiast of naval history.

Authors: Clive Taylor and Sue Taylor
304 page hardcover

More March Releases from Osprey
OSPCAM333The Aleutians 1942–43: Struggle for the North Pacific$24.00
OSPCBT039Russian Soldier vs Japanese Soldier: Manchuria 1904–05, by David Campbell$22.00
OSPCOM127RF-101 Voodoo Units in Combat, by Peter E. Davies$24.00
OSPGNM299Sherman Lead: Flying the F-4D Phantom II in Vietnam, by Gaillard R. Peck, Jr.$32.00
OSPGNM323Holding the Line: The Naval Air Campaign in Korea, by Thomas McKelvey Cleaver$30.00
OSPGNM349Hitler’s Death: The Case Against Conspiracy, by Luke Daly-Groves$22.00
OSPGNM352Pilgrim Days: From Vietnam to the SAS, by Alastair MacKenzie$25.00
OSPMAA524Norwegian Waffen-SS Legion, 1941–43, by Massimiliano Afiero$19.00
OSPNVG268M1A2 Abrams Main Battle Tank 1993–2018, by Steven J. Zaloga$18.00
OSPWPN067Sniping Rifles on the Eastern Front 1939–45, by Martin Pegler$22.00

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