Norman Lebrecht on how Marion von Weber was both interesting and important to Mahler’s emergence

Mahler’s political journey from Baader-Meinhof terrorist to Holocaust denier illustrates Germany’s post-Hitler psychodrama

How the Anglophile Kaiser Wilhelm went to war with Britain

Despite the fact East Germany has disappeared, it continues to live on in this outstanding trilogy

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

A confidential matter: the letters of Richard Strauss and Stefan Zweig, 1931-1935

If nothing else, Dido Harding has outperformed her European counterparts

Kampfner has written a scrupulously researched yet not uncritical tribute to postwar Germany

The dismantlement of the EU’s separation of powers has wider implications, especially for the UK

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