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Storm of Steel is the biography, history, memoir and WWI book which describes the story of a soldier who did everything to protect his motherland. Ernst Junger is the author of this fascinating book. World War I began in 1914, which involves more than twelve countries. Archduke Franz Ferdinand was the heir of Austria-Hungary was shot to death along with his wife. Bulgaria, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire, and Germany fought against France, Japan, Italy, Russia, Britain, the United States, and Romania.
This war brings nothing new except the flashes of the human bodies. These countries have the latest technologies which they used on their enemies and the innocent people. There is infinite destruction and record carnage has taken place in a few years. Almost sixteen million people died during the WWI. Ernst Junger was a brave soldier who joined the army a few years before the war. He loves his country Germany and he will never hesitate to sacrifice his life for the better future of his nation.
Ernst has no experience of war before he deploys on the front line and then he exulted into the Great War. The British army was killing every single soldier who tries to stand against them and Ernst is confused about how to stop them. What happened that makes Ernst Junger a hero for his country and allies.
Details About Storm of Steel by Ernst Junger PDF
- Name: Storm of Steel: (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition)
- Authors: Ernst Junger
- Publish Date: May 31, 2016
- Language: English
- Genre: World War I, Biography, Memoir
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 1.3 MB
- Pages: 320
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 0143108255
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