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This article looks at the response of the aristocracy to militia and mob violence in Hungary between 1919 and 1922. It argues that the experience with radical paramilitary groups in the era after the first world war colored the political behavior of the aristocracy and its political...
Typically, discussions of a purportedly ‘clean Wehrmacht ’ — and its counterpart, the ‘barbarization of warfare’ concept — have centered upon developments in wartime Poland and the western reaches of the Soviet Union. However, the situation in Western Europe merits further analysis,...
The moral and military aspects of the International Brigades’ record in Spain (1936—8) remain subjects of scholarly investigation and wider debate. Popular fascination was exemplified by the selection of Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls as a favourite novel by both main candidates during...
US President John Kennedy spent a single day in Berlin, where he gave one of his most famous speeches. The visit was intended to signalize America’s strong and undivided support of the divided city. Well before the formal announcement of the visit, East Germany agencies knew of the planned...
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