"Ernst Jünger was born in 1895. At the outbreak of the First World War the nineteen-year-old Jünger enlisted in the 73rd Hannoverian Fusiliers and fought in this regiment for over four years - during much of the time commanding platoons of shock troops in the bloody trench warfare of Northern France and Flanders. Wounded seven times, he was decorated with the highest German military award, the Pour le mérite. His war journal The Storm of Steel, first pubished in 1920, brought Jünger immediate acclaim for its unflinching honesty and graphic narrative force. Stamped with truth, it remains among the half-dozen most memorable books in the literature of the First World War."
Pehmeäkantinen; Kunto: K4 (K5=uusi, K4=erinomainen, K3=hyvä, K2=tyydyttävä, K1=kehno); Saatavilla: 1 kpl; Painovuosi: 1996; Postikulut sisältyvät hintaan