The Paris Diaries, 1941-1944

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Title:The Paris Diaries, 1941-1944
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ISBN:9780374229887
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  • Willy Marz Thiessam

    A German Officer in Occupied Paris by Ernest Junger, is not a pleasant book to read despite all the wonderful art and philosophy.. However I highly suggest anyone who wants to understand the war and w...

  • Niklas Pivic

    From the foreword, by Elliot Neaman:"As the Nazis began their final ascent to power after winning 107 seats in the Reichstag in the elections of September 1930, Jünger distanced himself from the part...

  • Michelle Mock

    *I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. That being said I will emphasize that my opinions and my review are always honest and always my ...

  • Julia Simpson-Urrutia

    Junger was a well-known German author and officer during World War II who "met intellectuals and artists across the political spectrum" while living in occupied Paris. As such, he can be considered pa...

  • Iron Mike

    So well written from an author so well read. I loved his nickname for Hitler (Kniebolo). And for his brothers and even his wife (Perpetua). Lots of reading of Leon Bloy, must look him up. And of cours...

  • Evan

    [Placeholder until I actually acquire and read this:]I wanted to comment on Hadrian's review of this, but he seems to have his messages set on block mode, and I can't comment on his review since I onl...

  • Patrick

    I just dont like this guy....

  • Alan

    Reading these journal you are first struck by the absence of any sense that a war is happening, Junger spends his time wandering the streets of Paris in search of books, art, beetles, artists, philoso...

  • Tim

    As odd a book as I have ever read....

  • Robert

    Just a few years ago, I discovered and read a rare English language translation of a German First World War memoir for contrast and comparison with the mostly British memoirs I was reading for the 100...