Second World War
In the POW camps of the Second World War, soldiers found release – from the conditions and from the all-male company – in female impersonation.
Oral history breathes fresh life into a deadly battle of the Second World War.
The sinking by Japanese aircraft of HMS Prince of Wales and HMS Repulse in December 1941 and the subsequent loss of Singapore was a grievous blow to British morale. But have historians misunderstood what really happened?
A small island in the North Sea became the site of explosive Anglo-German encounters.
February 19th, 1942
Salò was Mussolini’s German-backed experiment in ‘real Fascism’ and fine living. Italians find it hard to come to terms with its legacy.