Britain’s most significant Holocaust historian, and Churchill’s biographer

As the world honours the last survivors of the Shoah, it is time to tell the truth about post-war UK collaboration with Nazi perpetrators

An exhibition on Anne Frank details the lessons we should learn from her story, but making the past relevant today is not that simple

People who argue that Holocaust Memorial Day is past its sell-by date are wrong. There is still so much to learn from such unprecedented evil

Halik Kochanski’s magisterial work on the cruel and chaotic legacy of World War II in Poland is history at its best

‘Unlike Nazis shooting defenceless women and children into ditches, or herding them into purpose-built as chambers, RAF air crew faced the nightly risk of violent death’

The debate over whether Oxford university’s Hanseatic scholarships were paid for by Nazi profiteering continues. Two eminent academics put forward their cases

Despite my revelations in Standpoint about the sinister motives of the Hamburg tycoon and Oxford benefactor Alfred Toepfer, the “greywashing” of the crimes of Nazi Germany continues

A leading Dutch writer recalls growing up as a Jew in the Netherlands and explains why he now prefers to live in America