WWII

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

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

Zareer Masani says the wartime prime minister has been unfairly vilified over the 1943 Indian famine

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

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

Pronouns day, Unknown soldier wasn’t black, tampons go woke and the BBC is hijacked by impartiality rules

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s musical coming out just nine years after the end of World War II invited Germany back into polite society