Hungarian-born historian John Lukacs (1924-2019) taught history at Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia before retiring in 1994; he also served as a visiting professor at several universities, among them Columbia, Tufts, and Johns Hopkins. Lukacs was an historian of Europe during the twentieth century, focusing on WWII, Adolf Hitler, Winston Churchill, and the future of democracy. His published works, more than thirty in number, include: The End of the Twentieth Century and the End of the Modern Age (Ticknor & Fields, 1993); Five Days in London, May 1940 (Yale, 1999); The Hitler of History (A. A. Knopf, 1997); and Democracy and Populism: Fear & Hatred (Yale University Press, 2005). Some excerpts from Democracy and Populism can be found here.
The following is a list of articles by way of introduction to Lukacs's work: