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Old 10th February 2018, 09:38
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Good on you Nick. Great forum but sick of these ranting trolls. On to more worthwhile discussion - any book projects underway?
Paul, I’ve no problem with people not liking Osprey’s design, that’s valid consuner reaction. It’s the futility of raising it here that irks me when the obvious people to tell are Osprey themselves — I’m pretty sure they have email and, unlike us, they are in a position to do something about the issue.

Book projects? None, unless you count the translation work I’ve done for Theo Boiten and Rod McKenzie’s Nachtjagd War Diaries series. I don’t think the public is ready for my completely unillustrated blockbuster “Total Failure: Luftwaffe Airborne Jamming 1942–44”!
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Old 12th February 2018, 13:58
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...My main area of interest is the SCW and I’m not holding my breath for any new Osprey title there!
Good afternoon Orwell,

I'm interested in the SCW, too.

Do you think we will ever know the final offical total of Lakeev or all decimals of the shared kills of Gritsewets ?

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Re: OSPREY AIRCRAFT OF THE ACES layout: never change a winning team

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Book projects? None, unless you count the translation work I’ve done for Theo Boiten and Rod McKenzie’s Nachtjagd War Diaries series. I don’t think the public is ready for my completely unillustrated blockbuster “Total Failure: Luftwaffe Airborne Jamming 1942–44”!
Hey, I will buy it ! I am sure the world will survive if that book replace one of the hundred books produced each year in the world about more or less obscure SS units. At least it will tell something new.
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... My main area of interest is the SCW and I’m not holding my breath for any new Osprey title there!
I hope that one day OSPREY will publish a Duel volume about Fiat CR32 vs Polikarpov I-15/I-16.

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I hope that one day OSPREY will publish a Duel volume about Fiat CR32 vs Polikarpov I-15/I-16.

Michael
Agreed. I’d settle for a Bf109 vs I16 too. I’ve requested both of those a couple of times via their website request a title option.
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Can you tell me if more I-15's or more I-16's served in the Spanish Civil War ?

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