LeBor reviews Our Dad the Nazi Killer and Masters of the Air

We are losing sight of what we claim to be remembering

The man, the schemes and the burglar-alarmed fortress that kept Italy’s artistic legacy away from German acquisition

The story of how British commandos did the impossible

This history of resistance in the Second World War is as moving as it is comprehensive

History offers options rather than predictions for how the Russia-Ukraine war could end

A new exhibition at the Barbican sheds light on the forgotten decade

From Belsen concentration camp to eminent British sculptor

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