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This is an account of the years of Hitler's power and the build up to the Second World War. The author explores Hitler's achievements in rebuilding the economy and the armed forces, with the concurrent growth of racism and nationalism. This is the first of a 3-volume work on the subject. The companion volumes are "Hitler's War 1939-1942" and "Hitler's War 1942-1945". David Irving has also written "The Death of General Sikorski", "The Rise and Fall of... more...

David Irving presents a wealth of hitherto suppressed information that shows a shockingly unfamilar potrait of the great statesman, Churchill. Readers will discover a power-hungry leader who prolonged the war to advance his own career. This is a fascinating, exhaustive investigation of Churchill's intrigues and deceptions before and during WWII. This is a savage debunking of Churchill by the world's most popular revisionist historian and author.

Using diaries and official and unofficial records never published before, this second volume of 'Churchill's War' takes a close-quarters look at the middle years of the Second World War. Volume I chronicled a chain of disasters through the fall of France to the debacle in Greece; this second volume chronicles great naval victories, El Alamein and the landings in North Africa. The book contract was signed with a London publisher in 1972. Volume I... more...

AT 10.10 P.M. ON THE NIGHT of February 13-14, 1945 the R.A.F. Master Bomber broadcast the cryptic order: 'Controller to Plate-Rack Force: Come in and bomb glow of red T.I.s as planned.' The ill-famed attack on Dresden had begun. The target city was among Germany's largest, but it alone had developed no single major war industry. The German authorities had made it a centre for the evacuation of wounded servicemen, and by February 1945 most schools,... more...

World War II, biography, German.


Field Marshal Rommel has been described as one of the ten greatest military commanders of all time. This is the first biography of this charismatic leader to rely almost entirely on the original records of the period. David Irving's exhaustive research led him to a dusty personnel file on the young Rommel - applying and being turned down - for army commissions; the long lost Rommel Diaries, dictated day by day to an army corporal and covering the two... more...


Hermann Goring was the First World War combat pilot and "Ace" who served as the last commander of von Richtofen's "Flying Circus" and rose to become Hitler's Reichsmarschall; the "Second Man" of the Third Reich. In this major biography, based on hitherto undiscovered diaries and private and official documents, David Irving tells how Goring connived, intrigued, and conspired to bring Adolf Hitler to power, how he directed National Socialist... more...

An in-depth biography of Nazi Germany's master of propaganda draws on thousands of pages from Goebbels's personal journals to describe the life of Hitler's confidant, his role in Nazi Germany, his hatred for the human race, and his death.