The origins of SS General Otto von Wächter’s rise to power.
The history of the Third Reich remains as popular as ever. Why?
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.
The views and actions of the man who tried to kill Hitler.
The Third Reich’s obsession with a pure Germanic past led to a renewed interest in the witch hunts of early modern Germany.
Many people have been accused of trying to establish a Fourth Reich, but what was it?
Periods are a fact of life, but little talked about. How did women in the concentration camps cope with the private being made public in the most dire and extreme circumstances?
The question of the responsibility of the ‘everyman’ and ‘everywoman’ remains a pressing one.
In Nazi Germany, a number of female doctors and nurses worked at Ravensbrück concentration camp, where medical treatment was replaced by negligence, experimentation and violence. What led these women to take jobs there?
How did Germany’s postwar politicians deal with the legacy of Nazism and defeat?