The Storm of Steel: From the Diary of a German Storm-troop Officer on the Western Front

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Constable, 1929 - Soldiers - 319 pages
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User Review  - evilmoose - LibraryThing

Yep, this book had lots of war. People did things with guns, people died, some were German, some were Scottish or English. War was senseless, lots of time was spent in trenches. Good old WWI. Very few female characters *nods critically* (It's Junger's memoir of his time in the war) Read full review

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User Review  - Sullywriter - LibraryThing

Excellent memoir of the First World War by a German soldier vividly recounting in spare, detached prose the monotonies and horrors on the Western Front. Read full review

Contents

From Bazancourt to Hattonchitel
12
Les Eparges
19
Douchy and Monchy
31
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