Hans Josef Lazar pulled the strings of Hitler’s propaganda in wartime Spain. Then he disappeared. Who was he?
A new interpretation of the appeasement story.
Why did newspapers maintain a policy of isolationism in the midst of a world embroiled in war?
As the Nazis enclosed Warsaw’s Jewish quarter in a ghetto, a librarian set up a secret children’s library.
Europe’s Roma were the victims of Nazi genocide during the Second World War, but their persecution did not end in 1945.
‘Hitler’s architect’ Albert Speer denied all responsibility for the ruthless exploitation of millions of slave labourers. Yet he was head of a bureaucratic machine that did just that.
The 1930s spy ring who informed on technological advances in the defence industries.
Will current crises make it possible to study the ‘uniquely evil’ Third Reich as if it were just another period of the past?
Renia Kukielka, the Warsaw ghetto uprising and more in The Light of Days: Women Fighters of the Jewish Resistance by Judy Batalion.
A narrative history from the peak of Hitler’s powers up to his demise.