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Andrew Roberts

Andrew Roberts

Andrew Roberts is writing a biography of Winston Churchill for Penguin.

America in Retreat: The New Isolationism and the Coming Global DisorderBy Bret StephensSentinel, 288 pages Although you can read the 288 pages of this well-researched, well-written,...

Churchill’s First War: Young Winston at War with the AfghansBy Con CoughlinThomas Dunne Books, 320 pages Winston Churchill spent a lifetime fascinated by and deeply involved...

Hitler’s Furies: German Women in the Nazi Killing FieldsBy Wendy LowerHoughton Mifflin Harcourt, 288 pages Although Rudyard Kipling told us in 1911 that “the female of...

Margaret Thatcher: The Authorized Biography, Volume One: Not for TurningBy Charles MoorePenguin, 784 pages The only time I spoke with Margaret Thatcher about her own death...

Hitler’s PhilosophersBy Yvonne SherrattYale University Press, 328 pages Adolf Hitler liked to think of himself as a philosopher, and was never happier than when dropping the...

Invisible Armies: An Epic History of Guerrilla Warfarefrom Ancient Times to the PresentBy Max BootW.W. Norton, 784 pages Any author who attempts to relate the whole history...

Still the Best Hope:Why the World Needs American Values to TriumphBy Dennis PragerBroadside Books, 448 pages If the sneering contempt with which conservative radio talk-show hosts—those...

Notes on a Century: Reflections of a Middle East HistorianBy Bernard LewisViking, 388 pages “Osama bin Laden made me famous,” claims Bernard Lewis, the Princeton historian...

Elizabeth the Queen:The Life of a Modern Monarch By Sally Bedell Smith Random House,688 pages The 60th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s accession to the throne...

Eisenhower in War and PeaceBy Jean Edward SmithRandom House,976 pages After Dwight David Eisenhower’s death on March 28, 1969, his grandson David asked his widow, Mamie,...

Hitler’s First War: Adolf Hitler, the Men of the List Regiment, and the First World War By Thomas Weber Oxford, 416 pages It might seem impossible for the...

A Journey By Tony Blair Knopf, 720 pages Isaiah Berlin famously said that Leo Tolstoy was a fox who wrongly believed he was a hedgehog—someone who knew everything...