Introducing the new FOCAL POINT CLASSICS series
Pre-order for only $40.00! -for a short time only. Hardback, available later in March. David Irving published this best-selling history of the infighting between the top Allied generals during the 1944 invasion of Normandy, based on their unknown private letters and diaries. Used since then by every historian of that epic, it received brilliant reviews at the time.
It comes back into print during March 2010 - click the book to pre-order now and save ten dollars on the $50 marked price
Only $35.00! David Irving discovered, transcribed, translated, and annotated the long-lost diaries of the infamous Dr Theo Morell, Adolf Hitler's doctor from 1937-1945; he provides a fascinating medical history of Hitler during his years of power
Only $35.00! Based on the unknown diaries and papers of Hitler's most famous general, David Irving's 1977 full-length biography asks and answers the ticklish question: Was Field Marshal Rommel a Traitor or not?
Only $35.00! Thirty-eight British and American cargo ships sailed in June 1942 for North Russia. On July 4, the British Admiralty ordered the escorts to turn back and escape, leaving each ship to fend for itself. Most were sunk. (David Irving's harrowing 1967 account of the drama resulted in a major libel action in 1970)
The usual sticker price on each of these rare titles is $50. We are offering three of them for an introductory low price of $35.00 (£25).
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