Daniel Johnson

A thrilling story of machismo, mutiny and madness in the Pacific

Russia’s murderous tactics to “de-Nazify” Ukraine have made its military leaders doppelgängers for the senior officers who executed Hitler’s evil plans

Campaigners for inter-generational justice miss the mark

Two newly translated books evoke chapters of the divided and discarded history of Germany’s capital

Historians are better placed to explain malicious acts than philosophers, who strive to subordinate them to reason

This evocation of London literati in wartime is a bombshell of a first book

Grammar schools, Tony Crosland and the Encounter club

Daniel Johnson says the fact that Foucault scholars now overlook his advocacy for sex with boys shows the great libertine failed to overturn Judaeo-Christian morality

In the wake of Trump, US conservatives must regain the moral high ground