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Germany

Captain Wilfrid Ewart’s “Two Christmas Mornings of the Great War” (1920)

Accounts of the legendary frontline ceasefires on Christmas Day between British and German soldiers Read More

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D For Deception

Tina Rosenberg on the British spy novelist who hoodwinked Hitler

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Anarchist Calisthenics

From Two Cheers for Anarchism, published last month by Princeton University Press. Scott is Sterling Professor of Political Science at Yale University. In the summer of 1990, in an effort…

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Ivan the Recumbent, or Demjanjuk in Munich

Enduring the "last great Nazi war-crimes trial"

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Weekly Review

A prison fire in Honduras killed 359 people, making it the deadliest such fire on record. An inmate was reported to have started the fire after phoning the state governor’s…

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Weekly Review

Greeceâ??s parliament approved an austerity bill, cutting 15,000 government jobs and reducing the minimum wage by 22 percent in exchange for $170 billion in bailout funds from the European Union…

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Weekly Review

A Christian martyr. Republican presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich released their most recent tax returns. Romney’s showed that he made $21.6 million in 2010, paid taxes at a…

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Weekly Review

An American cattleman. Francesco Schettino, captain of the Costa Concordia cruise liner whose capsizing off the Italian island of Giglio killed at least 15 people, was revealed to have deviated…

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