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David Pryce-Jones

David Pryce-Jones

David Pryce-Jones is a British author and commentator and a senior editor of National Review.

Anyone accused of racism in Britain stands in danger of extreme condemnation. The historical memory of the cost to the United Kingdom of defeating Nazism...

The Terrible Escape Flight from the Reich: Refugee Jews, 1933-1946 By Debórah Dwork and Robert Jan van Pelt Norton, 312 pages, $35 Adolf Hitler made no secret of his...

To Be Oneself Defending Identity: Its Indispensable Role in Protecting Democracy by Natan Sharansky with Shira Wolosky Weiss PublicAffairs. 304 pp. $26.95 A few rare individuals bring...

Immoral Equivalence Human Smoke: The Beginnings of World War II, the End of Civilization by Nicholson Baker Simon & Schuster. 800 pp. $30.00 A writer of some note, whose last...

Norman Podhoretz clarifies the crisis in which we now find ourselves by describing it as World War IV. There are affinities to the preceding World...

The eight Arabs just arrested in connection with terrorist attacks in London and Glasgow are all doctors or medical staff in a hospital, in one...

The old balance of power between the United States and the Soviet Union is no more, and tensions hitherto latent but contained have rushed into...

The death of Jakov Lind at 80 ought not to go unnoticed. Lind, the author of Soul of Wood, Landscape in Concrete, and Ergo, was...

Liberated Woman Infidel Ayaan Hirsi Ali Free Press. 368 pp. $26.00 Autobiography is one of the glories of Western literature. Through self-examination and confession (in the manner of...

Contrary to popular belief, the French are not really respecters of persons. They like to scoff, and they are better at it than most people....

Until 2005, the French novelist Irène Nemirovsky, author of the much-lauded Suite Française, had been more or less completely forgotten, even by specialists in French...

Lucie Aubrac has died at the age of 94. She certainly lived an adventure in World War II, but what sort of an adventure even...