Reagan and Thatcher (and soon to come, Helmut Kohl) to elect François Mitterrand as the Fifth Republic’s first leftwing president. “French politics and society are rapidly changing,” Hoffmann and Ross wrote in their inaugural editorial, “as France
Edited by H. C.
Allan Mitchell, 1933—2016
canon of postwar West German literature. In his quest to promote Franco-German reconciliation, Chancellor Helmut Kohl invited Jünger to join him with French president Francois Mitterrand—the two leaders holding hands on the battlefield of World War I