Campaign


Campaign
Campaign
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Pays Drapeau : Royaume-Uni Royaume-Uni
Langue Anglais
Genre Histoire militaire
Prix au numéro 14,99 £
Date de fondation  1990
Date du dernier numéro ...
Éditeur Osprey Publishing
Oxford

Directeur de publication Martin Windrow
Comité éditorial ...
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Campaign est une série de livres consacrée à l’histoire des grandes campagnes militaires publiée par l’éditeur britannique Osprey Publishing.

Sommaire

Généralités

Les livres de la série Osprey Campaign décrivent l’histoire militaire depuis les temps les plus reculés jusqu’aux guerres modernes. Les principales batailles sont abordées depuis les guerres napoléoniennes jusqu’aux Première et Seconde guerre mondiale en passant par les épisodes de la guerre civile américaine sans oublier les conflits de l’ère médiévale ainsi que les guerres allant du XVIe au XIXe siècle. Elle est illustrée de cartes de scènes de bataille et de photographies en couleurs et en noir et blanc. La série apparaît en 1990[1].

Journalistes

Correspondants permanents

Publications

Voir aussi

Ian Knight Stephen Turnbull

Source

Notes et références

  1. Campaign sur le site officiel Osprey. Consulté le 13 juin 2010

Liens externes


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