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18 November 1933: The passionate sincerity and callousness to human suffering of Nazism.
25 December 1920: The glory of Christmas Day is that it is a defiance of all fact – a challenge to history, astronomy, theology, zoology, archaeology and, if necessary, palaeontology.
3 May 1930: Chicago cracks down on its gang crime
1 December 1917: How British troops would come to take the Holy City from the Ottoman Empire.
2 October 1937: Mussolini visits Berlin.
25 September 1920: What makes a statesman?
4 August 1917: Who decides how to rebuild a country as it recovers from war?
10 September 1927: If the working-class standard of life is to be improved, employers and trade unionists will have to cooperate.
17 November 1923: On Stanley Baldwin’s ineffectual leadership, ahead of his party’s loss in that year’s general election.
13 November 1970: An unsigned leader on Edward Heath’s failures and who might come to replace him.