The artists and writers who pursued the muse in fin-de-siècle London and Paris
What is it like to grow up as the child of a dictator?
The wine region in the 18th century was a cornucopia of delights but still recognisable as the Burgundy of today
Malcolm MacKinnon was Canadian born and bred. The call of duty to fight for Britain demonstrates the Commonwealth’s abiding ties
The Yale historian Timothy Snyder’s advocacy of a new Cold War has led him to use the Shoah as a tool of contemporary politics
From the 15th century to the 20th, one Spanish family has left an indelible mark on history across the world, from Florence to Havana
Jochen Bleichen’s biography of the Emperor is monumental but highly readable
“The refusal to accept any domination of the Continent by one power has been the biggest British contribution to European peace and prosperity”
Why doesn’t the fabled Italian wine praised by Petrarch pass muster today?
Anti-Semitism is rife, from liberal corridors of power to Muslim communities. We must not ignore our duty to the Jewish people