A German officer in occupied Paris : the war journals, 1941-1945 : including "Notes from the Caucasus" and "Kirchhorst diaries" /
"Over an amazing 80-year career as a writer, Ernst Jünger (1895-1998) fought in WWI, became a leading writer of "soldierly nationalism" in the 1920s, and produced possibly the only anti-Nazi novel during the Third Reich, On the Marble Cliffs. Jünger's seeming moral ambiguities...
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Columbia University Press,
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