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Orbis Publishing Ltd. was a United Kingdom-based publisher of books and partworks. The company was founded in 1970 and changed its name to De Agostini UK Ltd. in 1999, after being acquired by the Italian De Agostini group.
Partworks published by Orbis included:
- The Home Computer Course
- The Home Computer Advanced Course
- NAM (The Vietnam Experience 1965-75)
- The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Aircraft
- War in Peace
- War Machine
- The Elite: Against All Odds
- The Blues Collection
- The Unexplained
- The British Empire
- Play it Today
- All About Science
- The Movie: The Illustrated History of the Cinema, published December 1979 to January 1983 in 158 chapters
- World of Automobiles
- On Four Wheels in 165 parts
- On Two Wheels in 121 parts
- The Encyclopedia of Super Cars
- The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Wildlife in 62 parts
- Warplane in 120 parts
- The History of Rock
- World War II
- " The Classic Collection"
- Dinosaurs! (An Orbis Play and Learn Collection) 
- Bugs (An Orbis Play and Learn Collection) 
The Orbis Publishing Company  formed in 1994 is unrelated.
- "UK Aircraft Magazines". Aeroflight. Archived from the original on 2008-04-20. Retrieved 2008-04-14.
- "IDNETUK : Reviews : DeAgostini UK". IDNETUK.com. Retrieved 2008-04-14.
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