Jean Moulin, the leader of the struggle against the Nazis, died in 1943. Now his aide’s memoirs have revived controversy

What was Van Gogh really like? A new exhibition brings us closer to the truth

Is the passage about Jesus by the great Jewish historian a forgery — or authentic?

The Tory leader’s Big Society speech promises a revolution. But have we been here before?

We imagine that the web is a forum for uncensored thought. We couldn’t be more wrong

Despite laws, protocols and international conventions, the number of people being trafficked into servitude is growing

A new life of Adam von Trott, executed for plotting to kill Hitler, rescues his integrity

It was a rare privilege to have a footnote in history at the fall of the Berlin Wall, which led to the collapse of communism

The collapse of the Berlin Wall was the ultimate display of “people power”, but did German reunification work?

The leaders of a new anti-Islamist group insist they aren’t racist or BNP members