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The facsimiles he produced helped thousands of French Jews and other persecuted peoples
Multiple interlinked global emergencies have been unfolding simultaneously
What can the age-old discipline of inquiry teach us about how we live our lives?
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This biography of the great German writer places his work at the heart of the catastrophes of 20th-century history
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Two-wheeled explorations of the capital’s outskirts peel back layers of history
The bestselling Maltese-born physician coined the phrase ‘lateral thinking’
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Match at Wembley Stadium reinforces the connection between clubs and their supporters
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