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April 2014
From the First World War to the rise of radical Islam, catastrophes cannot be treated like ordinary problems
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June 2012
Christy Campbell's focused, meticulous account of the V-weapon campaign of 1944 provides a neat counterpoint to the magisterial grand narrative of Antony Beevor's The Second World War
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November 2011
The military historian and former editor has belatedly renounced his European faith. Can we expect further recantations?
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November 2011

Summer meant a rare opportunity to read something other than History. Carl Hiassen's Double Whammy is extremely funny, though the context — competitive bass fishing in Florida — may seem unpropitious. Then there was David Goodis's Black Fri

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