The storm of steel: from the diary of a German storm-troop officer on the Western Front

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Constable, 1929 - Biography & Autobiography - 319 pages
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Ernst Jünger var tysk højreradikal forfatter, der deltog i både 1.- og 2. Verdenskrig. Under 1. Verdenskrig kæmpede han på Vestfronten i fire år som løjtnant og blev såret 7 gange. Han blev dekoreret med den højeste tyske millitære orden "Pour le Mérite" for tapperhed. I bogen beskriver Ernst Jünger sin deltagelse i skyttegravskrigen på Vestfronten, og de slag han deltog i mod britiske og franske tropper.

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User Review  - Mike Sanders - Goodreads

A matter-of-fact narration of a solider's experiences interspaced with moments of beautiful lyricism. Junger's account often offers merely a description of events (sometimes brilliantly-written, to be ... Read full review

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User Review  - Daniel - Goodreads

This is the Robinson Crusoe of Great War memoirs: all action and physicality and almost no emotional reaction to anything. He doesn't talk about Germany, the War, the reasons why--just about how he ... Read full review

Contents

From Bazancourt to Hattonchitel
12
Les Eparges
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Douchy and Monchy
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