The crimes committed by the Nazis and those who worked for them during the Third Reich continue to cast their shadow and remain a seemingly inexhaustible subject of both fascination and historical study. The UCL-based scholar Mary Fulbrook, who has Anglo-German parentage and grew up in Cardiff where she felt an outsider on account of […]
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People, Places and Things: A Life with the Cold War

Adam Somerset

PUBLISHED ON: 01/09/17

CATEGORY: Blog

On the evening of Christmas Day, 2016, I watched Steven Spielberg’s film Bridge of Spies. The film has all the hallmark production values of the direc …

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Audio file Gwen Davies talks to Prof Julian Preece and Chris Keil, Hay Festival, 2 June 2013

Gwen Davies

PUBLISHED ON: 24/06/13

CATEGORY: Interview video

  Prof Julian Preece of Swansea University and novelist Chris Keil were in conversation with NWR editor Gwen Davies on the closing day of the 201 …

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Rory MacLean, Berlin ‘Wild Boy Clubbers’, Nature Writing, Grief and Belonging

Gwen Davies

PUBLISHED ON: 21/10/11

CATEGORY: Blog

In ‘Berlin Sensation: Second “Wild Boy” Found!’, Rory MacLean’s 6 October post on his Goethe Institut-hosted Meet the Germans blog, the Canadian trave …

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