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A good two and a half million books are currently available in bookshops in Germany alone. This does not even include the out-of-print books that are offered through antiquarian bookshops and bookstores. And every year, a good 75 new German-language publications are added.

If you take a closer look at these numbers, then you don't have to be surprised if your own book can't be found in every bookstore. Of course, exceptions prove the rule — I'm certainly not one of them!

Nor do I want to compete with the best-selling book, the Bible, which has already been translated into over 2 languages ​​and has sold a good 300 billion copies.

That's why I'm all the more pleased that my book Europe is for everyone! is already available from the following booksellers and information centers:

  • ALPHA bookstore
    In Mannheim you can get my book at ALPHA. It will then be delivered within 1 to 2 weeks.
  • The Amazon
    Amazon not only prints my book "on demand", i.e. as soon as it is ordered, but also offers it on all of its sales platforms. The book is then usually with the buyer in three days.
  • Gold Leaf Bookstore
    In Heilbronn-Böckingen you can find my book in the shop window of gold leaf; you can buy it there and take it with you. By the way, I have my own through the bookstore Post written.
  • Book box Siegen
    You can also buy my book in Siegen. It should be with you in three days at the latest.
  • buchhandel.de
    buchhandel.de is the public research platform of the Directory of Available Books (VLB) and links to most booksellers in Germany and Austria.
    This at least ensures that the bookstore you trust can order my book for you.
  • Bookstore on Kronenplatz
    A good choice in Karlsruhe to order my book.
  • Eselsohr bookshop
    Although my book is not yet available to order “online” from a bookstore in Bitburg, you can buy it there in the Eselsohr bookstore and take it with you.
  • Guetelhöfer bookstore
    You can also order my book from Guetelhöfer in Cologne. The book can then be delivered within 24 hours.
  • Bookstore fighter
    Sritter not only has my book in his online catalogue, but also has it in stock in the bookstore.
  • Bookstore Taube
    My book is also available in Brackenheim, Marbach and Waiblingen.
  • Bookstore New Way
    In Würzburg you can find my book at Sanderstraße 23-25. It can then be delivered in two to three weeks.
  • Dussmann – the culture department store
    Dussmann das KulturKaufhaus is located directly at the Friedrichstrasse train station in Berlin-Mitte.
  • Eppelheim bookstore
    You will also find what you are looking for in Heidelberg. The book will be with you in a week or two.
  • Moth
    My book is also available in Austria. You can order it very easily at faltershop.at.
  • Hugendubel
    Hugendubel has over 100 branches in Germany. You can order my book there or online.
  • Lehmanns
    Lehmanns currently has 18 branches throughout Germany and one in Switzerland. You can order my book there or online.
  • Medimops
    My book is now also available used. You can't get it cheaper than that.
  • Ostend bookshop
    You can also order my book in Stuttgart. It can then be delivered in one to two weeks.
  • SEKO specialist book trade
    You can order my book from SEKO in the metropolitan region of Nuremberg.
  • Tourist Info Schengen
    Probably the best way to get my book at the moment. It's for sale in the information center there.
  • Ulrich von Hutten bookstore
    You can't order my book online from Ulrich von Hutten in Frankfurt (Oder), but you can order it in the local bookshop.

I would like to thank all the booksellers listed above and all the others who have my book on offer.

I am convinced that they are offering their customers a book that is definitely worth reading and also promotes our common Europe. A fact that should not be underestimated these days.


“Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested; that is, some books are to be read only in parts; others to be read, but not curiously; and some few to be read wholly, and with diligence and attention."

Francis Bacon, Essays (1625, Of Studies)
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