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    guns who mowed the British infantry down in their thousands. The Maxim machine gun was Germanyʼs best offensive weapon and was most effective in the battle of the Somme‚ resulting in 90% of Allied victims. Coupled with poor communication between the front line and the higher ranked officers‚ miles away and the better established and well equipped

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    lend a helping hand and the last to take it away‚ if even then. You keep thinking; Maybe MLK or Batman comes to mind but no one for sure really stands out in your mind. After reading All Quiet on The Western Front‚ two people instantly jump to mind. Of the few heroes in All Quiet on the Western Front‚ Paul and Kat are the most notable because of their leadership and responsibility. As Paul progresses through war‚ his skin becomes thick‚ he begins to look more and more like a leader. He treats new

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    with his classmates‚ enlists for the army to fight in the Great War. Full of enthusiasm and adventurous thoughts‚ they arrive at the front‚ but then are faced with the horrific and soul-destroying war. One by one the classmates are fall in action… 1. What is the title of this film? When was it made? Who wrote the original novel? Title: All Quiet on the Western Front Made in: 1979 Author: Erich Maria Remarque 2. Why did the students join the Army? The students were taught fighting

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    All Quiet on the Western Front is widely known for it’s vivid descriptions and retellings of World War I. It seems that throughout the novel‚ most aspects agree with the statement that “the consequence of war is devastation.” Keeping the book and certain facts in mind‚ I too agree that “the consequence of war is devastation.” I agree with this statement because of two major reasons. The first reason being the emotional and mental impact that war has on the minds of soldiers and their families. The

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    All Quiet on the Western Front
All Quiet on the Western Front Written by Erich Maria Remarque is a novel about young men who are fighting in the German army on the French front in World War I. The story expresses life in the war from the view point of Paul Baumer a young German soldier fighting for his life in the war. Throughout the novel‚ Remarque expresses vivid details based on his own experiences at war. “During World War I‚ Remarque was conscripted into the army at the age of 18. On June 12

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    20th Century Battlefields The Video 1918 Western Front is a documentary about the World War One fighting on the western part of Germany and eastern side of France. It is documented by Peter and Dan Snow‚ and shows real footage from the time and pictures helping to describe the war. The video focuses on the German Central Powers versus the Allied powers in 1918. The war was originally supposed to only take six months‚ when it really dragged on for three and a half years. It starts with German chief

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    and mentally paralyzed. Piece by piece a person is plagued by war’s appalling actions. It is a very cruel reality but an accurate one.No matter what war is transpiring‚ this same outcome is precise.The World War 1 based novel‚ All Quiet on the Western Front‚ by Erich Maria Marque examines the

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    The Lost Generation In Erich Maria Remarque’s novel‚ All Quiet on the Western Front‚ Paul Bäumer and his generation feel separated from the rest of the world. These boys’ lives were drastically changed by the war‚ and “even though they may have escaped its shells‚ they were destroyed by the war‚” (Remarque Epigraph) describing that even though they survived the war physically‚they were mentally destroyed by the dangers and chaos of war. Paul expresses that “he has been crushed without knowing it”

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    they can take nothing from me‚ they can take nothing more. I am so alone‚ and so without hope that I can confront them without fear” (295). These last few thoughts happen right before this soldier‚ Paul Baumer‚ dies. In the book All Quiet On the Western Front‚ Erich Maria Remarque creates the character of Paul Baumer in order to illustrate a generation full of men who are well known throughout our history‚ of what we all know of‚ the “Lost Generation.” About eight million soldiers lost their lives in

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    Abdi Teshome Hour 7 1/3/13 All Quiet On the Western Front “The front is a cage in which we must await fearfully whatever may happen” said Paul in All Quiet On the Western Front. In this book friends from college are recruited to the army to fight for their country in the Great War. The boys were full of pride until they got to the front and were conquered by fear. The front wasn’t what they expected; everything that was done was for nothing but survival. Like any war the war came to an end

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