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Knight's Cross with Diamonds Recipients
1941-45
Written by Gordon Williamson
Illustrated by Ramiro Bujeiro


Format: eBook, 64 pages
On Sale: June 19, 2012
Price: $14.95

Osprey's examination of the recipients of the Knight's Cross with Diamonds award of World War II (1939-1945). On 1 September 1939, the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross was created by Hitler. It could be distributed to all ranks within any branch of the Wehrmacht, Waffen-SS or the auxiliary services, and... Read more >
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British Army Cap Badges of the Second World War

Written by Peter Doyle


Format: eBook, 120 pages
On Sale: July 24, 2012
Price: $10.95

For the British army, the cap badge is the most easily identifiable of insignia. It represents a distillation of the pride of the regiment, its various battle honours and symbols born proudly on the metallic emblem that was worn on all head-dress, even in the age of mechanised warfare. Identification of... Read more >
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Stained Glass

Written by Roger Rosewell


Format: eBook, 88 pages
On Sale: July 24, 2012
Price: $9.95

For over a thousand years stories of Christian belief and great moments in British history have filled the windows of our cathedrals and parish churches. The glow of painted and stained glass, its radiant colours and vivid pictures, has inspired generations of audiences and artists.

This beautifully illustrated book traces the development... Read more >
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Bridal Fashion 1900-1950

Written by Kathleen York


Format: eBook, 56 pages
On Sale: December 18, 2012
Price: $7.95

From homespun to haute couture, the dresses worn by American brides in the first half of the twentieth century had myriad influences. In Bridal Fashion 1900–1950, living-history expert Kathleen York takes readers on an elegant journey back in time, marking the changes that economics, popular culture, and even politics have made to... Read more >
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Clerical Vestments
Ceremonial Dress of the Church
Written by Sarah Bailey


Format: eBook, 64 pages
On Sale: June 18, 2013
Price: $7.95

Churches up and down the United Kingdom have some remarkable collections of the most exquisitely embroidered clothing which are part of our hidden heritage. Our cathedrals hold in their treasuries some of the most beautiful textile pieces ever produced in Europe and beyond. There is a whole fascinating history to these... Read more >
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Posters of the First World War

Written by Robert Fleming


Format: eBook, 112 pages
On Sale: July 22, 2014
Price: $7.95

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Church Misericords and Bench Ends

Written by Richard Hayman


Format: eBook, 64 pages
On Sale: November 22, 2011
Price: $9.95

Although misericords were originally installed on the hidden undersides of church folding seats to provide comfort to those standing for long periods of prayer, the have gradually become more ornately carved and decorated. Now they, along with the benches installed in parish churches in the later middle ages, are the objects... Read more >
Fashion in the Time of Jane Austen

Written by Sarah Downing


Format: eBook, 64 pages
On Sale: August 23, 2011
Price: $9.95

The broader Regency period 1795 to 1820, stands alone as an incredible moment in fashion history, unlike anything that went before it. For the first time England became a fashion influence, especially for menswear, and became the toast of Paris, as court dress became secondary to the season-by-season flux of fashion... Read more >
The 1950s Kitchen

Written by Kathryn Ferry


Format: eBook, 64 pages
On Sale: August 23, 2011
Price: $9.95

The 1950s was the first great age of the modern kitchen: labor-saving appliances, bright colors and the novelty of fitted units moved the kitchen from dankness into light, where it became the domain of the happy housewife and the heart of the home. Formica - a new space-age material - decorated... Read more >
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Pottery of the Southwest
Ancient Art and Modern Traditions
Written by Carol Hayes


Format: eBook, 64 pages
On Sale: July 24, 2012
Price: $9.95

For almost two thousand years, the pottery made by the Indians of America’s Southwest has remained a vital art. Today, more than twenty Pueblos and tribes make pottery within the tradition, each with a distinctive style. Many of those local styles have persisted for hundreds of years. In prehistory, beautiful pieces...

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