Claude Lanzmann’s documentary shares the stories of four women through installments that can be watched independently or together.
Andrew Roberts’s “Churchill: Walking With Destiny” tells the full story of an extraordinary life.
Lessons about war from the American Revolution, the Civil War, medieval Britain and West Africa.
Despite decades of effort and government intervention, the family of the Paris art dealer Paul Rosenberg has been unable to reclaim a Degas portrait.
New elements are being added to the hundreds of points of interest along the route, which traces Allied forces in World War II’s final years.
Derek Leebaert’s “Grand Improvisation” tells a complicated story of post-World War II Europe with Washington often operating in a fog.
A search for a lost masterpiece uncovered a woman’s harrowing account of escaping deportation, and possibly death, while spying on a Nazi at close range.
Iris Origo’s war diary, “A Chill in the Air,” reports on how Italians viewed the Mussolini regime.
David Levering Lewis’s “The Improbable Wendell Willkie” describes a political shooting star who left an outsize legacy.