Nazi Germany

Colin Holmes’s biography of William Joyce challenges the sanitised image of the man who came to be known as “Lord Haw-Haw”

Demolishing the self-mythologising of the high priestess of Nazi chic

The post-war rehabilitation of Hitler’s architect was utterly undeserved

Erich Kästner’s books for children shows that that difficult ideas don’t have to be kept from young readers

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

From beneath Berlin’s streets archeaologists have unearthed a reminder of Nazi oppression

Alfred Toepfer posed as a peacemaker in postwar Europe and lavished awards on British artists. Unknown to them, he played a key role in the Third Reich and helped war criminals flee justice

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

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

Richard Evans has accused fellow historian Andrew Roberts of inaccuracy, but failed to check his own facts