Where do we stand with the twentieth century?
Have our perceptions on the course, themes and events of the 20thC changed? With Professor Jeremy Black
As the twentieth century recedes further into the past, has our perceptions on its course changed? And do we consider the themes and events that shaped it – and us – differently?
The Critic’s political editor, Graham Stewart, discusses with the historian, Professor Jeremy Black, senior fellow at Policy Exchange, whether greater distance from the twentieth century alters our perception of it.
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