Robin Bruce Lockhart looks at the Anglophile his father knew and discusses new theories on how he died and why.
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Kenneth Asch on Prague's memento to the great composer
Frank L. Holt looks at the legends and realities of Alexander's bride from Central Asia, the world she lived in and the power struggles that ensnared her.
Michael Burleigh charts the career of one of the pillars of the German scholarly establishment under the Third Reich an invaluable middle-man in 're-educating' his pupils and massaging research to suit Nazi ideology.
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