The Holocaust was the result of much more than anti-Semitism. Historian Gotz Aly argues that it had its roots in German insecurity and envy.
The story of how a German Jew hunted down the kommandant of Auschwitz makes for thrilling and disturbing reading. Malcolm Forbes reviews Thomas Harding’s ‘Hanns and Rudolf.’
Vasily Grossman traveled from Moscow to Armenia in 1961 to edit a long war novel. ‘An Armenian Sketchbook’ is arguably the novelist’s most personal work.