There’s tons of WWII “overview” histories. Hastings’ contribution distinguishes itself in its focus on civilians and soldiers: a zoomed-in, on-the-ground look at the war and how it affected those it touched (as opposed to histories discussing grand strategy and the men who framed it). A damned fine book.
National Geographic channel’s biographical series about Albert Einstein. It’s very good (relatively speaking).
This is a weird movie. Kinda liked it, then kinda didn’t, then kinda did. It’s… weird.
Everyone should go to The Church as often as possible.
Strange, but it kinda works.