What if Hitler was killed in 1923? Was Germany’s defeat in WWII inevitable? How should we assess Churchill’s legacy? And are the events unfolding in Gaza today a by-product of WWII?
All these questions, and more, are answered by arguably the pre-eminent living historian on the Second World War, James Holland.
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