Review – The Last Days of Hitler by Hugh Trevor-Roper
“Perhaps reading this book – which is now over 70 years old – will continue to remind us of what evils and madness humans are truly capable of practicing”
Review – Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave
It is important to understand who exactly Frederick Douglass was and his vital role within the historical movement that sought to achieve the abolition of slavery. Slavery as an institution had (and sadly still does in some parts of the modern world) existed for as long as mankind had. It is an institution which has…
Review – The Thirty-Nine Steps by John Buchan
What are the thirty-nine steps? You would be forgiven for not knowing with the amount of adaptations there have been of John Buchan’s most famous novel featuring Richard Hannay, the canny protagonist who dodges trouble whenever it arrives. Each film, including the 1935 original directed by Alfred Hitchcock, diverges greatly from Buchan’s novel first published…
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