European History

Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss the path of German unification, from the failed revolutions of 1848 to the creation of Bismarck’s Reich

The most enduring historical work reveals eternal truths about the human condition

The land of Morbia was revealed to me in a dream

In the post-pandemic world, travel is all in the mind

Professor Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss the reach and organisation of Britain’s armed forces in protecting and expanding the British empire

Graham Stewart and Jeremy Black discuss British and European conceptions of monarchy throughout history

Nigel Jones recalls the time he spent in the home of the legendary German writer Ernst Jünger

Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about what made French politics and society distinctive in the decades before and after WWI

“Vienna is different” is the city’s proud motto, but sadly, Vienna is much like every other European city

Daniel Johnson on how he found a lost love for the Germans