David Pryce-Jones

David Pryce-Jones

An extract from the forthcoming second volume of memoirs by David Pryce Jones

The Spy and the Traitor brings out with agonising clarity the danger that Oleg Gordievsky had voluntarily decided to run”

Julia Boyd’s meticulously-researched Travellers in the Third Reich shows visitors to Hitler’s Germany saw only what they wanted to see

Jonathan Schanzer’s State of Failure persuasively argues that Palestine is not a country or state but a cause with the sole intention of destroying the Jews

Unapologetic terrorist or revolutionary? Menachem Begin is rightly de-demonised, but not whitewashed, in Avi Shilon’s new biography

A sceptical look at America’s leading apologist for Islam, fêted all over Washington from the Saudis to the CIA

Book review of Hero: The Life and Legend of Lawrence of Arabia by Michael Korda

Western attitudes towards Israel’s right to nationhood have shifted significantly in the last forty years

Koestler: The Indispensable Intellectual by Michael Scammell