Nazis

Incentivising vaccination calls medical ethics into question

If we introduce selective breeding to weed out the problematic, there would be no more Nazis

The intricate relationship between German aristocrats and Nazi Germany

Charles Saumarez Smith says we should acknowledge the Nazi past of architect Philip Johnson, not erase him

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

A remarkable group of intellectuals in pre-war Vienna used philosophy to explain the scientific progess of their time — until they were halted by murder and Nazism

The Nazis were so obsessed with the otherness of the Jews that they created an alternative cultural universe for them

If Hitler’s planned invasion of Britain had succeeded he would have found accomplices as fanatical as those in Europe

Countryside is racist, McDonalds transvestites, taking the knee rebels and Nazis can’t be attractive

Forced to flee her native Germany, Hannah Arendt is finally celebrated there in a major exhibition