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Why Germany Nearly Won Now 50% Off!

on Sat, 08/01/2015 - 19:48

Good news, I finally convinced my publisher to lower the price of my book for my readers! It's now on sale for $14.97 (plus S&H) which is 50% off the original softcover price of $29.95. This is a special offer for visitors to Globe at War and twitter followers only!

Why Germany Nearly Won has sold well in its various editions - doubtlessly thanks to the many positive reader reviews, professional reviews, and endorsements it has garnered. For that I am grateful. However, one very important group of buyers have been left out in the cold - average WWII fans. But with a discounted total shipped cost of under $20 the book is now competitive with any other softcover out there of a similar size and subject matter.

All you need to do is go here, and once in the checkout enter the following promo code: 4M15MERCA.

You will not see this discount offered anywhere else. It is a special limited time offer for my readers, and by purchasing direct through my publisher is a better price than even Amazon can provide. For more on this special offer please see the flyer attached above (beneath the picture of the book cover).

Yes, I know this is a shameless plug for my book, but this is the first time it's been offered at a standard trade market price. If you have any questions please feel free to shoot me an email at Otherwise, thank you for your support!


Ronald Bleier's picture

I'm wondering if there's been any work done on the possibility that Hitler's agenda was not conquest but extermination. An early conquest of the Soviet Union would have blocked his extermination plans as well as the destruction of Germany and much of the rest of Eastern Europe.

Ronald Bleier's picture

Thanks for the discount. I just ordered the book. Great notes and bibliography. Just wondering if anyone has seen a pattern in Hitler’s control of the military, his military mistakes, his victory or death, stand-fast orders which led to great losses and defeats and which could suggest a pathological agenda: not conquest but extermination? Ronald

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