Winston Churchill

During the Second World War, a “perpetual association” between France and the UK was proposed — in effect, the EU Mark I

The newly-published diaries of Ivan Maisky are an extraordinarily important 21st-century contribution to our understanding of the Second World War

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

Would a more Churchillian prime minister have reacted more robustly to Russia going rogue?

Boris seems to subconsciously avoid the subject of Lloyd George, though he shares more in common with him

‘The best political memoirs are shot through with a kind of candour’

Rupert Brooke deserves to be taken seriously

We may mock the Young Conservatives of the Fifties but they were unswervingly loyal and a formidable electoral force

A tribute to a great historian, whose range of achievements dwarfs those of his academic critics

Norman Stone’s new history of World War Two Manages to cover the conflict comprehensively in fewer than 200 pages