Raise readers. Because the world today needs empathy, now more than ever.
The Germans learnt from the bitter experience of the Nazi era that it was important to limit parliament's amending power.
A new book discusses how close Britain's aristocracy was to the Nazi regime and what the situation in those times tells us about the dangers to democracy today.
Holocaust scholars long relied on documents and survivor testimonies to help reconstruct the history of that tragic event. Now, they’re turning to wordless witnesses to learn more: pictures.
In the age of an 'attention economy', it's important for people to be more and more conscious of what is it that they are giving attention to.
Opera houses and literature departments have dropped works by Tchaikovsky and Dostoevsky. Yuri Gagarin’s name has been erased by a space exploration nonprofit.
Putin often uses words to mean exactly the opposite of what they normally do – a practice diagnosed by political author George Orwell as ‘doublespeak,’ or the language of …
Jan Bazuin wrote a diary about his experiences during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. Now published as a book, his testimony will also inspire a new app.
Could Hitler have been stopped in 1938? A Netflix production starring Jeremy Irons as former British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain explores the question.
The film is a story of a young boy whose imaginary friend (and buffoonish life coach) is Adolf Hitler.