On 1 January 1933, Germany was a democracy with a range of political parties. By the end of the year its parliament was a rubber stamp for Adolf Hitler’s will.
Frank McDonough looks at recent thinking on the origins of the war of 1899-1902
Frank McDonough looks at the old question of whether history is made by great individuals or impersonal forces.
Frank McDonough reviews the debate over Neville Chamberlain's appeasement policy.
Frank McDonough looks at two new works on post-war Germany