Brockhampton Press

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Brockhampton Press was a British publishing company, based in Leicester. Originally specialising in children's books, from about 1940, it published the Asterix comic book series, many of Enid Blyton's story collections, The Cherry books by Will Scott [ref: The Estate of the late Will Scott], and Scottish author Nigel Tranter's children's books.

It is now an imprint of Hodder Headline, and is known for its military history books, including works by historian David Nicolle. Its address is: 20 Bloomsbury Street, London WC1B 3QA, United Kingdom (telephone: +44 20 7636 7171)

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