The Falklands War – the conflict that defined much of Margaret Thatcher’s political career and legacy – dominates the release of her personal papers for 1982 at the Churchill Archives Centre from Monday (March 25).
The President of the World Bank, Robert B Zoellick, is to deliver the biennial Roskill Lecture at Cambridge University’s Churchill College this evening, one of the most prestigious events in the University calendar.
A Nobel Prize Medal, a postcard from Einstein and a Hitler-stamped letter of expulsion are among a fascinating archive of documents and other material belonging to Max Born – one of the fathers of quantum mechanics – being opened by Cambridge University’s Churchill Archives Centre.
Belonging to a woman in a man's world there was intense curiosity and speculation about the contents of the Thatcher handbag.
Previously unseen photos of Adolf Hitler at the Nuremberg Rally of 1937 have been uncovered by a Cambridge PhD student in the archive of George Henry Lane-Fox Pitt-Rivers.