World War II

The Moral Obligation of Holocaust Remembrance

Sudeep Paul

On the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, a spectre is haunting Europe, and the world, again

Stalag Luft III: Reliving the Great Escape

An impulsive 200-km drive to Stalag Luft III where a prison break by Allied soldiers led to the epic war movie

The Act of Remembering

Lost stories of the Andaman Islands as historical fiction

The Evil Joke

Éric Vuillard, the 2017 winner of Prix Goncourt, returns to the pathologies of the past in what could be the smallest novel—and one of the most powerful-- ever written on the Nazi project

Sajjan Singh Rangroot Movie Review

Had the film a more generous budget for the battle scenes, the flaws in the screenplay may not have become so transparent

Who Killed Swaraj?

The fallacy of the development doctrine

Regaining a Little Bit of India

The liberation of Mosul redeems a piece of history


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