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Whose Fault Was Dunkirk? Below is an excerpt from Last Hope Island, by . This story is recommended by Longreads contributing editor Dana Snitzky. …

How the Tour de France Encourages Cheating To compete, professional cyclists push the limits of the rules. It’s too bad those rules are totally …

How The Cordon Bleu Lent Its Name to the Exploitation of Young Chefs You’ve probably heard of the Cordon Bleu. The Cordon Bleu is …

Is It Time for the Jews to Leave Europe? The French philosopher Alain Finkielkraut, the son of Holocaust survivors, is an accomplished, even gifted, …

Why Some of the World’s Most Famous Chefs Don’t Want a Michelin Star The kings of top kitchens reveal what it takes to gain …

Anti-Semitism in France : How Fast Is the Tide Rising? That was what the chairman of one of France’s most celebrated luxury brands was …

THE WORLD’S GREATEST JEWELLER He claims to hate selling what he makes, and won’t give interviews. Usually. Isabel Lloyd enters the hidden world of …

Meet the 29-Year Old Who is Making Bordeaux Cool Again Last fall Jean placed a bottle of 1990 Petrus in an impregnable shipping box …

Ross’ Remarks: Star photographer for Life Magazine, self-made adventurer, friends of Hemmingway’s, loved by movie starlets– this is the story of  Capa’s freelance trip …