Hailer Publishing Finds Niche in Military History and Strategy

November 2006
Book Publishing Report;11/27/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 46, p5
Trade Publication
The article provides information about Hailer Publishing. Founder Jamie Hailer has decided to publish books involving counterinsurgency and military history after having a hard time finding resources for strategic studies. Hailer has put out about 20 titles, in which all of them are reprints of long outdated and out-of-print books in the counterinsurgency or military niche. The company has sold about 5,000 books in total and closely $150,000 gross revenue.


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