Hellmuth Kiesel, Germanistisches Seminar, Universität Heidelberg
 Allan Mitchell, Nazi Paris. The History of an Occupation, 1940–1944, New York 2008.
 Heimo Schwilk, Ernst Jünger. Ein Jahrhundertleben, München 2007; Helmuth Kiesel, Ernst Jünger. Die Biografie, München 2007.
So I was relieved when Elliot Neaman, author of A Dubious Past. Ernst Jünger and the Politics of Literature after Nazism, forwarded me his manuscript review of the book for Berghahn from January this year - read it for yourself below and you will discover that Mitchell's title is indeed misleading, perhaps created more for effect than to reflect its author's opinion and the book's content.
I like the review, which appears to provide a good overview of the book. Since I haven't read Mitchell's book yet, I can't comment on it. But I think I will read it now - and perhaps you should too!
(I am compelled to reiterate my usual comment here that we should first read as much of the primary source as possible, Jünger's books, before venturing into other people's opinions of them.... But that should be clear to any anarch who is intent of forming his own opinions and not simply adopting or adapting the opinions of others, whoever they may be.)
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The structure of the book is very compelling because Mitchell takes us along on Ernst Jünger’s travels and adventures. The short introduction and review of the secondary literature makes the convincing argument that Jünger has been treated too polemically by German scholars and though in a more balanced way in the Anglophone world, still awaits literary discovery. Mitchell signals that Jünger could someday be as well known here as Kafka or Mann.