From gay orgies to Nazi sympathies, Traitor King: The Scandalous Exile of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor by Andrew Lownie picks up the story post-Abdication.
The scorchingly honest assessments of the great and not-so-good that flowed from ‘Chips’ Channon’s poison pen.
The interface between politics and war, rather than military strategy and tactics.
Two new biographies advance our understanding of the Ultima Thule in evil.
A German Officer in Occupied Paris: The War Journals 1941-1945 by Ernst Jünger collects The Storm of Steel author’s wartime diaries.
The life and work of the war poet and author is revealed in all its rich complexity.
A vast biography of General Grant questions received opinions, while a new edition of his memoirs confirms their historic status.
Churchill and Hitler painted scenes of the Western Front while in remarkably close proximity to one another.
The redemption sought by the assassin of Weimar Germany’s foreign minister.
Nigel Jones traces the chequered history of European referendums and asks why they appeal as much to dictators as to democrats.