Jonathan Wright

Jonathan Wright is a professor of international relations and a fellow of Christ Church, Oxford. Germany and the Origins of the Second World War will appear in the autumn.

Hitler’s Wartime Economy

Jonathan Wright, 19 July 2007

Richard Evans’s history of the Third Reich – it will be completed by a third volume covering the war – is an invaluable work of synthesis. The mass of specialist studies we now have makes a general history all the more useful, and not only, as Evans suggests, for those who know little about the subject. Evans, a social historian, aims to cover ‘not only politics,...


John Bossy, 20 May 2004

Why is it so hard to write a decent history of the Jesuits? Perhaps the subject is too large; but people manage with other worldwide institutions, such as the British Empire or the Roman Church in...

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