Ernst J nger, one of twentieth-century Germany's most important and controversial writers, faithfully kept a journal during the Second World War in occupied Paris, on the eastern front, and in Germany until its defeat--writings that are of major historical and literary significance. These wartime journals appear here in English for the first time.
|Tõlkija(d)||Thomas S. Hansen, Abby J. Hansen|
|Kirjastus||COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS|
|Sari||European Perspectives: A Series in Social Thought and Cultural Criticism|