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Castle I, 2011. The Zeppelin Base Raids - Germany 1914, Osprey Raid No. 18

Castle I, 2011. The Zeppelin Base Raids - Germany 1914, Osprey Raid No. 18

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Published by: Foro Militar General on May 07, 2013
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THE ZEPPELINBASE RAIDS
Germany 1914
IAN CASTLE
 
 ABOUT THE AUTHOR AND ILLUSTRATORS
IAN CASTLE
has lived in London all his life and balances writing withwork in the advertising industry. He has been writing for Osprey for over15 years. Ian regularly lectures at the National Army Museum in Londonand is a member of the Airship Heritage Trust.
PETER DENNIS
was born in 1950. Inspired by contemporary magazinessuch as
Look and Learn
he studied Illustration at Liverpool Art College.Peter has since contributed to hundreds of books, predominantly onhistorical subjects, including many Osprey titles. A keen wargamerand modelmaker, he is based in Nottinghamshire, UK.
MARIUSZ KOZIK 
was born in Lublin, Poland, in 1973. From 1989 to 1994he studied fine art at the Artistic Lyceum in Lublin, then from 1995 to 2000at the Academy Of Arts in Wroclaw, earning his diploma under Professor Joseph Halas. Mariusz's work has been exhibited extensively in Poland.While he loves traditional painting methods, he began experimenting withcomputer-assisted artwork in 2006. His enthusiasm for military historybegan as
a
boy but has blossomed with his career. Mariusz is completingall the cover artwork for the Osprey Raid series.
 
THE ZEPPELINBASE RAIDS
Germany 1914
IAN CASTLE

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