The courageous stories of the Allied seamen who diced with death in the arctic convoys against the German U-boats and Luftwaffe on a mission to provide supplies to a beleaguered Soviet army during WWII.
There are minus 100 survivors left from the Arctic Convoys, here they tell their stories.
The attack on Dresden reduced this city to ruins. Were the Allies justified in doing it?
Should Churchill be revered, or condemned?
From Adolf’s Nazi-fighting nephew to the bizarre “life pod” built to keep Churchill safe…
Should Hitler’s wife be thought of as a tragic figure, or a callous character?
What Winston Churchill called “the greatest American battle of the war” began…
Paranoid theory or ugly truth?
Did British PM Neville Chamberlain do the right thing when he negotiated with Hitler?
Is it unthinkable to question his reputation?