... 1925), 13. 52. Ibid., 300-305, 322-26. 53. Grundr der Taktik, Auf Grund der
Eifahrungen des Weltkrieges (Berlin: R. Eisenschmidt, 1925), 9-10, 126. 60. Ibid.,
27-28. 61. Ibid., 58; Taysen's emphasis. 62. "Material 50 STORM OF STEEL.
Author: Mary R. Habeck
Publisher: Cornell University Press
... which made this war unique in human history — in works such as In the Storm
of Steel (1920) and War as Inner Experience (1912) earned him the reputation of
a type of "aesthetician of carnage." In this way, Jiinger, who was, like Heidegger,
Author: Richard Wolin
Publisher: MIT Press
... rent in the storm , await the new men , the cunning , battletested men who are
ruthless toward themselves and others . ... transformative effects on those who
survived the “ storm of steel " represents the militant nationalist interpretation of
Author: Marcus Funck
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press
It was no way to treat good steel, he'd say, but this Thoros never used good steel.
He'd just dip some cheap sword in wildfire and set it alight. It was only an
alchemist's trick, my master said, but it scared the horses and some of the
Author: George R. R. Martin
'They required 600,000 tons of concrete (the weight of more than two thousand
two storey houses) and 1.5 million yards of steel shuttering,' records Martin
Gilbert. 'To build them, 20,000 men were employed working in eight dry docks.
Author: Andrew Roberts
Publisher: Penguin UK
Ernst Jünger was a German soldier who went to war in w 1914 , at the age of just
19 . He served bravely in many battles on the Western Front and kept a diary of
his experiences . In 1929 , it was published in English as The Storm of Steel .
Author: Christine Hatt
Publisher: Evans Brothers
Category: World War, 1939-1945
... Count Vega, buccaneer pirate prince and former captain of the Maelstrom,
leaned forward and allowed the chains to take his weight. He glanced at the
outlawed silver manacles fastened tight about his wrists, the links of steel
securing him ...
Author: Curtis Jobling
Category: Juvenile Fiction
5 Ernst Junger, The Storm of Steel, From the Diary of a German Stormtroop
Officer on the Western Front (New York: Howard Fertig, 1996), pp. 262-3. 5 Cited
in Tim Travers, Gallipoli 1915 (Stroud: Tempus Publishing, 2001), p. 192. 5
Author: Gordon Martel
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A remarkable number of Germans seemed to be reading Ernst Jiinger, best
known for his fictionalized World War I diary, Storm of Steel, as the war crashed
down on them. They picked up his books, which intertwined themes of
Author: Peter Fritzsche
Publisher: Harvard University Press
As the war's first day progresses, the brutal reality of war hits home. With the future of their nation at stake, Mohr and his men become the storm and steel that avenge the countrymen whose lives they are sworn to protect.
Author: Brad Smith
Green - ivied trunks , and branching arms We should not omit to notice the
employment Of beeches , sheltering from the storms , of steel plates , one -
sixteenth of an inch in thickWithin its empty , roofless ballness , for the skin ' of
A novel culture developed in this subterranean world, and trench experiences
added new words to common vocabularies. The grey everyday of war was
symbolized by what Ernst Jünger in Storm of Steel called the new 'workers of war'
– the ...
Author: Holger H. Herwig
Publisher: A&C Black
The first is from Storm of Steel by ErnstJünger (1895–1998), a controversial
author who expressed extreme right-wing views and glorified war in his writings.
Although he shared many of the antisemitic and antidemocratic views expressed
Author: Lynne Miles-Morillo
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
It was on the contours of those huge steel objects that the Soviets concentrated
their fire and it was hell. A hell of fire in a storm of steel scared us to death. We no
longer felt the bitter cold, on the contrary, we sweated so much that we wanted to
Author: Hendrick C. Verton
Publisher: Stackpole Books
Ernst Jünger, The Storm of Steel: From the Diary of a German Storm-Troop Officer
on the Western Front, no translator given (New York: Howard Fertig, 1975), 3.
Translation expanded and modified. 49. In section “Noten am Rande,” NZfM 84 ...
Author: Susan Fast
Publisher: Wesleyan University Press
Citino, Blitzkrieg to Desert Storm. 43. Barry Posen, The Sources of Military
Doctrine: France, Britain and Germany between ... Mary R. Habeck, Storm of
Steel. The Development of Armor Doctrine in Germany and the Soviet Union,
Author: Stephen Morillo
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Ernst ]1'inger, The Storm of Steel: From the Diary of a German Storm- Troop
Officer on the Western Front (London: Chatto and Windus, 1929, reprint 1975),
13435. Iiinger, 136-37. 2nd Brigade Report. WD, 1st Field Company, Canadian ...
Author: Geoffrey Hayes
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press