Focal Point Publications (FPP) began its operations in 1980, created by David Irving’s Focus Group, a small, ad hoc society of Londoners interested in preserving the British way of life. For a while, it issued an irregular newsletter, Focal Point, to a mailing list of about five hundred. The group spawned an informal private dining society, The Clarendon Club, which met irregularly until the activities of the traditional enemies of Free Speech made further meetings virtually impossible.

As these pressures began, roughly in 1982, FPP began to take action to preserve what Mr Irving calls Real History. He founded an International Campaign for Real History, conducting a campaign of historical lectures at universities and to public societies, which took him around the world several times. In 1987 an associated publisher in Australia issued the first volume of Mr Irving’s biography of Winston Churchill.

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  • Hitler’s War, Millennium Edition (2019)

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    Unveil the depths of World War II as never before with David Irving’s “Hitler’s War, Millennium Edition (2019).” Renowned for his unique approach to history, Irving offers an unparalleled narrative based on exhaustive research, exclusive access to diaries and documents, alongside interviews with those closest to Adolf Hitler. This edition, enriched with new picture sections and additional unseen material, remains a seminal work for scholars and enthusiasts alike.

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    True Himmler (2020)

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    True Himmler. David Irving’s dissenting work on Heinrich Himmler is based on actual letters, diaries, and documents exclusively available to him and on twenty years of research and interviews with Himmler’s generals and private staff, including an analysis of his murder on May 23, 1945, by a special British killing unit.

    Hardback, with hundreds of original black-and-white and color photographs from Himmler’s albums.

     

  • Churchill's War, Volume I: The Struggle for Power

    Churchill’s War, Volume I: The Struggle for Power

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    Churchill’s War, Volume I: The Struggle for Power is 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.

  • Goebbels. Mastermind of the Third Reich

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    David Irving’s much-sought 1996 biography of Joseph Goebbels, Hitler’s propaganda chief. Out of print since 2001, now reprinted in better quality than ever, with forty pages of original photographs, many in colour, 752 pages.  (hardback).

  • Churchill's War, vol II: Triumph in Adversity

    Churchill’s War, vol II: Triumph in Adversity

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    Churchill’s War, vol II: Triumph in Adversity is David Irving’s standard work on the middle years of Winston Churchill and his war, based, like his work on Hitler, on documents exclusively available to him and over thirty years of research and interviews and British and international archives. The second volume of Churchill’s War covers the middle years of this disastrous conflict.

    After the first volume chronicled 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, the second sees him enter happier times, with great naval victories, El Alamein and the landings in North Africa. This book is a “stand-alone” book and does not require reading the first volume to understand or appreciate the story—jacketed hardback.

  • Sale! Churchill's War Bundle (Volume I & II)

    Exclusive “Churchill’s War” Bundle (Volume I & II)

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    Delve into the intricate world of Winston Churchill with David Irving’s ‘Churchill’s War’ series. Churchill’s War Bundle is a captivating set, including ‘The Struggle for Power’ and ‘Triumph in Adversity’, which examines Churchill’s complex legacy, from his early setbacks to his wartime triumphs.

    Now available at a special discount when purchased together, these meticulously researched volumes offer an indispensable perspective on the pivotal events of the Second World War.

    Don’t miss this opportunity to own a piece of history at an exceptional value!

  • The War Path: Hitler's Germany 1933-1939

    The War Path: Hitler’s Germany 1933-1939

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    The War Path: Hitler’s Germany 1933-1939 is a magnificent Focal Point reprint of a David Irving classic

    From February 3, 1933, when he told his generals in secret of his ultimate ambition to invade and conquer the East, to September 3, 1939, when he left the Berlin Chancellery for the Polish front, Adolf Hitler had one obsessive goal – to wage war and achieve German revenge and hegemony.

    David Irving’s exclusive interviews with Hitler’s staff and using original and unpublished firsthand material led him to search for documents and correspondence across Europe.

    The War Path: Hitler’s Germany 1933-1939 has 350 pages, including 27 pages of extraordinary illustrations, many never seen before.

  • Apocalypse 1945: The Destruction of Dresden

    Apocalypse 1945: The Destruction of Dresden

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    Apocalypse 1945: The Destruction of Dresden was first published on April 30, 1963. 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.

  • The Morgenthau Plan 1944-1945

    The Morgenthau Plan 1944-1945

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    David Irving’s facsimile record and commentary on the infamous American policy for postwar Germany. If adopted, the Morgenthau Plan would have led to the death by starvation and pestilence of ten million Germans in the first two years after the war ended, in addition to the one million who had perished in the saturation bombing and the three million killed in the enforced expulsion from Germany’s eastern territories. Both Roosevelt and Churchill unthinkingly initiated the Plan, as these documents show. Now, for the first time in English. Laminated hardback.

  • Nuremberg, the Last Battle

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    Nuremberg, the Last Battle is David Irving’s history of the inside story of the controversial war crimes trial of Hitler’s associates – those who survived Allied orders to shoot on site if captured –  based on the private papers and exclusive diaries of lawyers, judges, and defendants that were exclusively available to the author. Many unpublished color photos. Jacketed hardback.

  • Göring

    Göring

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    David Irving first published this best-selling biography of the second man in Hitler’s Germany, the famous “six-star” general, Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring, in 1989; it received brilliant reviews around the world. Laminated hardback.

  • ROMMEL: The Trail of the Fox (hardback)

    ROMMEL: The Trail of the Fox

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    ROMMEL: The Trail of the Fox is new hardback edition of the world’s best-known Rommel biography

  • Uprising! Hungary 1956: One Nation's Nightmare

    Uprising! Hungary 1956: One Nation’s Nightmare

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    Uprising! Hungary 1956: One Nation’s Nightmare is as book by David Irving, described by a UK judge as the leading expert on World War II, examines the spontaneous 1956 uprising of the Hungarians against rule from Moscow – against the faceless, indifferent, incompetent functionaries who had turned their country into a pit of Marxist misery in one short decade: the funkies, Irving calls them, adapting the Hungarian word funkcionariusok.

    He traced and questioned the men who had been kidnapped, exiled, imprisoned and put on trial with the prime minister Imre Nagy, who was sentenced to death, and members of Nagy’s family. It is Irving’s assessment of Imre Nagy that will raise eyebrows, together with his discovery among official records of evidence that antisemitism was one of the motors of the popular uprising.

    The resulting study is an autopsy of a failed revolution, viewed both from inside the council chambers of the powerful and from street level. This is a compelling drama, with a cast of ten million.

    The Guardian: “Irving skilfully combines sources . . . The result is disconcerting, rather like reading a film script, but it works particularly well.”
    Laminated hardback.

  • Hess: The Missing Years 1941-1945

    Hess: The Missing Years 1941-1945

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    Dive into the enigmatic world of Rudolf Hess’s wartime odyssey with David Irving’s Hess: The Missing Years 1941-1945. This compelling volume sheds light on one of World War II’s most mysterious episodes: the daring solo flight by Hitler’s deputy to Scotland in a bid to broker peace. This mission led to his lifelong incarceration. Irving’s painstaking research uncovers the hidden layers of this historical puzzle, drawing from secret British Intelligence files, medical records, and firsthand accounts to narrate a story that veers between tragedy and espionage thriller.

  • Breach of Security

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    Dive into the shadowy world of espionage with David Irving’s groundbreaking historical account, “Breach of Security.” This meticulously researched book sheds light on the German secret Forschungsamt, the elusive intelligence agency tasked with wiretapping and code-breaking during the Nazi regime. First published in 1967, this compelling narrative remains one of the few detailed expositions on the agency that played a pivotal role in gathering intelligence leading up to the Second World War.

  • The Memoirs of Field Marshal Keitel

    The Memoirs of Field Marshal Keitel

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    The Memoirs of Field Marshal Keitel offers a profound and personal glimpse into the inner workings of Hitler’s High Command through the eyes of Wilhelm Keitel, one of the most senior military officers in Nazi Germany.

    Edited by the renowned German historian Walter Görlitz and meticulously translated by David Irving, this book delves into Keitel’s firsthand account of the events that shaped the course of World War II. Enhanced with additional commentary by Irving, this edition presents a candid look into the strategic decisions, political machinations, and military campaigns from Austria’s annexation to the downfall of the Third Reich.

  • The Virus House

    The Virus House

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    The Virus House tells the Real History of the attempt by Adolf Hitler’s nuclear scientists to build the atomic bomb. They were closer to success than people now like to believe…

    Until 1942, they were ahead of the Allies. Then, a German mathematician made a crucial mistake, which forced the team of atomic physicists to believe they could only build a nuclear reactor with Heavy Water.

    The one factory which distilled that costly liquid, drop by precious drop, was in the mountains of southern Norway, vulnerable to bombing attack – and to sabotage by daring British Special Operations teams.

    (This book was previously published in North America under the title “The German Atomic Bomb”.) Laminated hardback.

  • The War Between the Generals

    The War Between the Generals

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    The War Between the Generals is David Irving’s 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—laminated hardback.

  • Banged Up

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    In Banged Up, David Irving delivers a riveting narrative of his unexpected arrest and subsequent incarceration by the Austrian secret state police (Stapo) in November 2005. Based on a lecture given sixteen years prior, Irving found himself sentenced to three years in Austria’s most formidable prison, navigating through an ordeal that would test the limits of any individual’s resilience and belief in the freedom of expression. This hardback edition recounts the trial and imprisonment and the ensuing legal battles; all conveyed with Irving’s characteristic absence of bitterness and a keen sense of humour.

  • The Night the Dams Burst

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    The Night the Dams Burst tells the Real History of the heroic RAF moonlight attack on Germany’s Ruhr Dams in May 1943, immortalised by the movie The Dambusters. The author’s gripping account is based on his interviews with Bomber Command officers and official British and German documents, and on exclusive access to the private papers and diaries of Barnes Wallis – the British scientist who invented the unique “bouncing bomb” which smashed the dams. The book reads like a thriller, and will excite readers of all ages. Hardcover.

  • ACCIDENT. The Death of General Sikorski

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    Unravel the shrouded mysteries of World War II in David Irving’s compelling investigation, ‘The Death of General Sikorski.’ Dive into the enigmatic demise of one of Poland’s most pivotal figures, General Władysław Sikorski, the Prime Minister of the Polish government in exile, whose untimely death in a 1943 plane crash in Gibraltar sparked decades of speculation and conspiracy theories.

  • The Secret Diaries of Hitler's Doctor

    The Secret Diaries of Hitler’s Doctor

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    The Secret Diaries of Hitler’s Doctor The Morell Diaries vanished in 1945 but turned up in 1981 in the National Institutes of Health, Maryland, USA, which transferred them to the National Archives.

    Was Hitler clinically mad? What diseases laid him low in 1941 and 1944 – at crucial moments in his nation’s history? David Irving discovered, transcribed, translated, and annotated the long-lost diaries of the infamous Dr Theo Morell, Adolf Hitler’s doctor from 1937 to 1945; he provides a fascinating medical history of Hitler during his years of power.

  • The Mare’s Nest

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    The Mare’s Nest is The story of Hitler’s V-weapons the British Intelligence attack on them. The first edition had to be cleared by the Ministry of Defence, the Cabinet Office, the Foreign Office and the Prime Minister. The Mare’s Nest new edition contains the formerly excised chapters. Laminate hardback.

  • The Destruction of Convoy PQ-17

    The Destruction of Convoy PQ-17 (paperback)

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    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.) Large softcover.

  • True Himmler (2022) COLLECTOR'S SPECIAL with slipcase

    True Himmler (2022) COLLECTOR’S SPECIAL with slipcase

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    SPECIAL COLLECTION True Himmler. David Irving’s dissenting work on Heinrich Himmler is based on real letters, diaries, and documents exclusively available to him and on twenty years of research and interviews with Himmler’s generals and private staff, including an analysis of his murder on May 23, 1945, by a special British killing unit. The book is hardback and contains hundreds of original black-and-white and colour photographs from Himmler’s albums.

  • Sale! David Irving on the David Frost Programme 1977

    David Irving on the David Frost Programme 1977

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  • Churchill's War, Volume II: Triumph in Adversity – Boxed Edition

    Churchill’s War, Volume II: Triumph in Adversity – Boxed Edition

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    Churchill’s War, Volume II: Triumph in Adversity is David Irving’s standard work on the middle years of Winston Churchill and his war, based, like his work on Hitler, on documents exclusively available to him and thirty years of research and interviews and British and international archives. The second volume of Churchill’s War covers the middle years of this disastrous conflict.

    After the first volume chronicled 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, the second sees him enter happier times, with great naval victories, El Alamein and the landings in North Africa. This book is a “stand-alone” book and does not require reading the first volume to understand or appreciate the story.

    Jacketed hardback. The boxed edition comes in a collector’s case, and the book is bound in leather instead of cloth.

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