WWII

Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss the British contribution to the Allied victory

Professor Jeremy Black speaks with Graham Stewart about the naval firepower, the RAF’s bombing offensive and the campaigns in Greece, Italy and Normandy

Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about how Britain’s armed forces adapted to the challenges of fighting the Second World War

Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about the state and preparedness of Britain’s armed forces in the lead-up to the Second World War

Was Iceland responsible for the French Revolution, the moon landing and the discovery of America?

A dignified classical design respects its setting and the memory of wartime sacrifice

The intricate relationship between German aristocrats and Nazi Germany

In recognising the threat Hitler posed and swimming against the tide of public opinion, the glamour boys defied the stereotypes

Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about a vital factor in wartime production that military history often overlooks

Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about the century of the tank