Originally published 06/26/2017
The World War 2 historian explains why he became a historian and what’s wrong with academic history.
Originally published 08/27/2014
Nazi Germany and Communist Russia, two bitter rivals, stunned the world when they joined together in 1939 in a non-aggression and economic pact, dividing Eastern Europe and influencing the course of WWII.
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