Laurence Rees investigates how Adolf Hitler won over the German people in the years before he came to power.
Rebecca Probert discovers whether the image of mass cohabitation among the Victorian working class is an accurate one.
David Childs reveals how England’s American colonies eventually came into being by chance rather than design.
Michael S Goodman tells the story of how a battered, war-ravaged nation developed the most sophisticated and destructive weapon known to man.
Professor Odd Arne Westad introduces five major themes in the evolution of human societies that strongly divide academic opinion.