June 20, 2016|Fathom
Originally published under the title "Undeclared Wars on Israel: East Germany and the West German Far Left 1967-1981: An Interview with Jeffrey Herf." Jeffery Herf is Distinguished Professor of History at the University of Maryland. His books include
October 24, 2015|Brent ScherThe Washington Free Beacon
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has taken flack for his comments this week that overstated the influence that Haj Amin al-Husseini had on Adolf Hitler, but a leading historian says that al-Husseini nevertheless played a key role in...
October 22, 2015|Al-Jazeera English
Excerpt moderator: Gregg, do you think Netanyahu expected such a backlash? Gregg Roman: No, but I also think there were several points in Netanyahu's speech that were not factually accurate, like Mr. Finkelstein said. For instance, he said the...
April 12, 2015|Tiffany April GriffinHistory News Network
Interviewed by Tiffany April Griffin of History News Network. Why did you choose history as your career? When my mathematics career in college fizzled, I turned to history, which offered, as I saw it, "the best way to understand the day's news." The
February 06, 2015|Jerry GordonThe New English Review
The introduction to this interview has been abridged. To discuss Egypt's prospects under the Abdel Fattah al-Sisi government, we invited back Dr. Raymond Stock whom we had interviewed in November 2012. (See: No Blinders About Egypt Under Muslim