Germany

Die Welt reported that Brexit has meant high-street businesses going bust. They couldn’t be more wrong

The great Jewish writer Emanuel Litvinoff’s greatest novel has just been republished

A new translation of three playful but deadly serious poems

A groundbreaking German politician whose death has been ignored by the mainstream British press

All Edgar Speyer’s good works could not save him amid the hysteria of the First World War

Walter Kempowski has taken over Gunter Grass’s title of postwar German sage

“Just how much Germany has changed is nowhere more visible than in the eyes of its most reluctant ally, Britain”

Stangneth’s clear-eyed work spells out the genesis and “logic” of Holocaust denial in all its macabre absurdity

‘How hospitable will Germans be now that travel restrictions on Romanians and Bulgarians have been lifted?’

Ian Buruma’s Year Zero deftly tells the story of 1945: the year the modern world began