Essay On All Quiet On The Western Front

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All Quiet on the Western Front This novel on All Quiet on the Western Front by Enrich Maria Remarque talks about the experiences of German soldiers during the war. Remarque describes World War I as a grueling place to be that affects you physically and mentally. He also describes the brotherhood of the soldiers and how much of a patriotic idealism affected many young soldiers. We get to see Paul Baumer’s experience on this war and how many of them loss their innocence. We also get to see how much of an impact this novel created for many people out there because if this was unread, we wouldn’t see how much suffering the soldier felt during this war. Enrich Maria Remarque described World War I a scary place to be that affects you physically and psychological. Being a part of World War I was a fear to many of the soldiers because they are always out there in battle risking their lives to kill one another. They are basically going out there to die. Many of the soldiers lose their insanity when …show more content…
We would see how food was scarce and that you needed to go somewhere far just to get it. You would have to go risk your lives just to hunt for these foods. The soldiers would often hear shell bombing and gunshot often and it keeps them awake all the time with loud noises and would lose insanity. There were lots of soldier losing hope and one of Paul’s closest friend Albert Kropp even said, “You’ll be dead one day, so what does it matter? I don’t think we’ll ever go back.” I felt like even after the war was over; they would never have the same life they used to have. Their lives have been tainted with all traumatic events they saw. The motto in the army was kill or be killed on what happen to Paul when he stabbed the man. He had no choice to do it because he feared that if he didn’t stab him, he would have

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