Second World War
On the anniversary of its dramatic sinking, Philip Weir revisits the controversy surrounding the mysterious events of that fateful day.
Roger Hudson detailes how 122,000 French troops were evacuated from Dunkirk to Britain in May 1940.
Larry Gragg investigates the evidence behind ‘Bugsy’ Siegel’s claim that he planned to kill the high-ranking Nazi in 1939.
Andrew Stewart investigates the forgotten role of those ‘ideal soldiers of democracy’, troops from Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, who arrived to defend Britain from invasion.
A report from the Imperial War Museum's seminar on the anniversary of the liberation of the Bergen-Belsen camp in April 1945.
‘In wartime’, Churchill remarked to Stalin during the Tehran conference of November 1943, ‘truth is so precious...
After 70 years, a visual record of the liberation of Belsen has been restored.
Second-hand books don’t just tell the stories of their authors but of their former owners, too.
Among the many ways in which the First World War influenced the Second, genocide has received...