WWII

Amid the constant threat of terrorist action by individuals or groups who have infiltrated our society, to what extent would we be justified in suspending or adapting some of the normal judicial safeguards which protect the freedom of the individual?

As a girl, Clarissa Pryce-Jones was caught up in the German invasion of Athens — and her saviour may have been Fleming’s original

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

Sarah Helm’s powerful “biography” of Ravensbruck gathers vital testimony from the camp’s survivors

Christy Campbell’s focused, meticulous account of the V-weapon campaign of 1944 provides a neat counterpoint to the magisterial grand narrative of Antony Beevor’s The Second World War

Keith Lowe’s attempt to blur the moral distinctions between Nazis and Jews makes Savage Continent as distasteful as it is misleading

‘One solution to the unexpurgated second-hand versions of Mein Kampf available online is for the Bavarians to publish a scholarly edition’