First to Fight: The Polish War, 1939 by Roger Moorhouse, review: the truth about Poland's doomed stand against Germany
The Second World War was ushered in by a macabre piece of theatre. On the evening of Aug 31 1939, six members of the SS and German police, pretending to be Polish extremists, took over a German radio near
Middle-aged adults who sit for more than nine hours a day are doubling their risk of early death, but walking briskly for 24 minutes can help extend life, a study suggests Previous research has repeatedly
Days after announcing its premiere at this year's New York Film Festival in late September, Netflix dropped a teaser trailer for Martin Scorsese's The Irishman. The film will open sometime this fall in
Laurence Rees reviews Promise Me You'll Shoot Yourself by Florian Huber, translated by Imogen Taylor If you’re German, it can be hard to discuss the war. The legacy of the Holocaust is so atrocious that
If you're planning a beach holiday for summer 2019 but don't fancy flying long-haul, it would be easy to assume you're going to have trouble finding somewhere. But actually, that couldn't be further from
Whether it's on or off screen, Scarlett Johansson always knows how to captivate our attention. When the 34-year-old actress isn't kicking butt in the Avengers movies, she's killing it on the red carpet.
A black hole surrounded by swirling ring of fire has been pictured by scientists for the first time in an image described as ‘the gates of hell, at the end of space and time.’ The phenomenon which has