Storm of Steel by Ernst Jünger

"Storm of Steel" is a memoir of a German officer's experiences during World War I. The book provides a detailed account of the daily life in the trenches, the brutal and chaotic nature of warfare, and the psychological impact on the soldiers. The author describes the horrors of war with a sense of detachment, viewing the battlefield as a place where one's character is tested and shaped. Despite the grim subject matter, the memoir is often noted for its poetic language and vivid imagery.

The 2329th greatest book of all time


Published
1920
Nationality
German
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
78,000
Original Language
German

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