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Daniel Sleat reviews The German War: A Nation Under Arms, 1939–1945, by Nicholas Stargardt
The assumption that the EU is hamstrung in its dealings with Moscow because German business is beholden to Russian companies is false. There is no special German–Russian business link.
MacGregor Knox reviews The Battle for Moscow, by David Stahel
Napoleon’s defeat at Waterloo was far from a foregone conclusion
The victory at the Battle of Waterloo has long been overlooked in German national memory – yet it continues to hold important lessons for today
With on-going tensions in Jerusalem, the announcement of a new warship deal demonstrates continued German support for Israel
Lisa Aronsson and Patrick Keller
A joint paper with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung looks at the prospects for - and necessity of - British-German defence co-operation
Henrik Heidenkamp and Ferdi Akaltin
The current German political debate revisits the idea of a common European army as a feasible solution to the European defence crisis
Edward Foster and Peter Schmidt
This Whitehall Paper grew out of the proceedings of a joint conference held at Ebenhausen in summer 1996.
Between the years 1945 and 1947, twenty-nine out of thirty German speakers who were on Czechoslovak soil at the end of the Second World War were ‘expelled’ from the region known as Sudetenland. The...