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Churchill's War, vol i: The Struggle for Power

David Irving's standard work on the early years of Winston Churchill and his war, based, like his work on Hitler, on and interviews and documents exclusively available to him, and thirty years of research in British and international archives. This first volume chronicles an almost unbroken series of disasters in his life, from Gallipoli and the Chanak crisis to the defeat of France and the military fiasco in Greece. Jacketed casebound, a limited edition of a de luxe boxed copy, will be available to those who order early.

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Breach of Security

David Irving’s well received 1967 History of the German secret Forschungsamt, the agency which tapped German telephones from 1933, and broke diplomatic codes, and that agency’s report on diplomatic events leading to the Second World War. One of the first books by a famous British historian

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Banged Up
David Irving's book-length account of how he was ambushed by the Austrian Stapo, the secret state police, in November 2005, and sentenced to three years' jail in the country's oldest, grimmest prison for a lecture he had delivered sixteen years before: Go figure. The trial, the imprisonment, and the legal battles are related in a way devoid of all rancour or hatred. Hardback.
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Apocalypse 1945: The Destruction of Dresden
Using official papers, private records, and the accounts of eye-witnesses on both sides, David Irving gives a harrowing account of the two saturation bombing raids executed by RAF Bomber Command on Germany's most beautiful city at the end of the war, a horrific firestorm raid which left over 100,000 innocent civilians dead or missing. Jacketed hardback.
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ACCIDENT. The Death of General Sikorski

ACCIDENT. The Death of General Sikorski

 

In 1943 the Polish prime minister in exile, General Wladyslaw Sikorski, was killed in a British plane  crash at Gibraltar. The Germans claimed it was an assassination. The RAF flew a Board of Inquiry to Gibraltar to investigate, and this cleared the pilot of blame. The death of the Polish prime minister came at a convenient moment for Winston Churchill. In this 1967 book David Irving investigates the mystery; he published the Board's secret report, and spoke with the pilot twice, and with others involved. 

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