In his book ‘Poland 1939: The Outbreak of World War II’, author Roger Moorhouse describes and analyses in detail the atrocities committed by the Germans during the first stage of World War II, overthrows myths related to the September Campaign, and assesses the role of Great Britain and France.
Prince Michael of Kent, Winston Churchill's great grandson, the director of the RAF Museum and historian Roger Moorhouse were among the British figures highlighting the role of Poles in the war effort during WWII, on the 75th anniversary of VE Day on Friday.
Roger Moorhouse pours scorn on attempts by Putin to re-write the history of the start of the Second World War.
Part 2 of a major interview with historian Roger Moorhouse, author of the book First to Fight, filmed at @1939pl. Host: Patrick Ney.
Why everything you probably know about the start of World War 2 is probably WRONG. We spoke to historian Roger Moorhouse about his major new book on September 1939, 'First to Fight.'
Communism is collapsing. A young Roger Moorhouse is watching it all on TV, fascinated and inspired by Poland. He goes on to study Central European History with... Norman Davies.