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Why a reawakening of national identities could spell the end of the United Kingdom.
The mystery and majesty of the player who ruled Wimbledon’s Centre Court
On the 80th anniversary of the Nazis’ attack on the Soviet Union, arguments still rage about the Eastern Front and the cost of supporting Stalin
How did an obscure magazine editor become an idol, and then a scandal, and then reassert his authority and rule for a further 15 years?
With restrictions lifted I returned to the British Museum to see the rich objects found at the Anglo-Saxon burial of Sutton Hoo.
The former Prussian royal family’s effort to recover riches lost after the Second World War hinges on one question: did their ancestors’ support help Hitler and the Nazis take power?
President Emmanuel Macron’s legacy could yet include a brave reckoning with his country’s recent past.
In a new book, the historian Eric Rauchway argues the defence of American democracy requires permanent material gains for voters.
A survivor of the Somme, the man who invented Winnie-the-Pooh wrangled with his conscience in his non-fiction – trying to square his love of his country with his hatred of war.
The uprising, long mythologised by the far left, is increasingly becoming part of the national conversation, but not without controversy.
In his address at Fulton, Missouri, 75 years ago, Churchill played up the Soviet threat to bolster the case for Anglo-American cooperation, not the Cold War.