Netflix’s sympathetic take on the great appeaser is ultimately unconvincing

Professor Phillips O’Brien, Robert Hutton, and Graham Stewart discuss the British mindset during WWII

Streaming services contain a wealth of overlooked foreign-language war stories

Louis-Ferdinand Céline was a flawed man, but he should be allowed to be condemned by his words

The notion that freedom comes at a price seems to be one that escapes us

These two volumes are a solid starting point for understanding the British and Commonwealth air war

We credit pluck for what we really owe to imperial and industrial might

Did peace prevail in the World Wars thanks to providential deliverance, or just a number of very fortunate occurrences?

Christopher Silvester on a war movie with no rousing patriotic music or violence, but nevertheless filled with unexpected delights and discoveries

This well-researched book deserves attention for those who wish to peer beyond the carefully cultivated image of Josip Broz Tito