Examining the evidence to explore dilemmas and decisions about European foreign policy.
How modern was society in 1914? Investigating the nature of society in 1914.
How revealing are the negotiations over European defence 1948-1954 about the hopes and fears of the people involved?
What evidence has been used to construct academic interpretations of the outbreak of war in Europe in 1914?
How can we best describe the pressures for peace in 1914? Thinking about peace in relation to 1914.
Why is art always the first on the front line to be censored?
A life that destroys humanity. How to preserve humanity and dignity? Juvenile criminals – a crime against the future.
What are the iconic images of World War 1?
What can a collection of artefacts reveal about how people experienced the First World War?
Censorship and Information about the November Pogrom 1938
How different were the public statements from the real motives, hopes and fears of leaders?
Using examples from the World War 1 to understand how propaganda works and to learn how to identify it.
Understanding how an historian is working on original sources
How should we remember the camp and commemorate its victims, although many of those interned were accused of perpetrating crimes in the Nazi era?
How fictional accounts can nevertheless be useful to the historian