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Book of the week: A history of famous liberals shows how global conflict shaped them and us, writes A. W. Purdue
A.W. Purdue on the man whose narcissism led to his becoming a mouthpiece for the Nazis
A. W. Purdue on the suffering of populations of multi-ethnic empires in the years after the Great War
Tales of marooned mariners helped Britain to see itself as a global power, A. W. Purdue hears
Fresh perspectives on a 19th-century Tory leader can be gleaned from his fiction, finds A.W. Purdue
A. W. Purdue on a bold and refreshing revisionist study
A. W. Purdue on a perceptive look at those who shaped, and were shaped by, their times
In addition to its firepower, Britain’s fleet exerted an immense soft power that underscored the imperial project, A.W. Purdue writes
A. W. Purdue on a study of the disparate groups in a movement often thought of as a united force
A scholar mounts a strong argument for one year being a decisive one for the world, says A. W. Purdue