World War II

Alone In Kyiv

S Prasannarajan

Once the cameras stop clicking, Zelensky returns to the bunker in Kyiv, as freedom’s last solitary hero

The Architecture of Atonement

What Germany could teach Pakistan about admitting genocide

We Have Lost

Russia’s attack on Ukraine and the human cost of war

Revisionist History

History is devoid of meaning if the context is taken out of events

Murder In The Madras Zoo

A beastly tale from World War II

The Tragedy of a Few Good Men

Malcolm Gladwell’s new book examines one of the great moral challenges of World War II and the price of different actions

Radicalisation of the Liberal

They want the homogenisation of the mind to preserve the new doctrine of social justice

How Shall We Sing Spring?

The season of new life has been replaced by deaths, dread and despair

Unbridled Nostalgia

The 75th anniversary of VE Day

The Moral Obligation of Holocaust Remembrance

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


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