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All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque

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The next day, when he is seen walking blindly around , it is discovered that he was only unconscious. The generals thought to break the stasis using massive concentrations of artillery. We all center the world around our own preoccupations. Kropp and Bäumer part ways when Bäumer is recalled to his regiment after recovering. Its local commemorators called it un espace mondial, a world-inclusive space. Any drill-corporal is a worse enemy to the recruits, any schoolmaster a worse enemy to his pupils than they are to us. Why didn't I give it five stars? He chides his former teacher for painting a false picture of the war as an honorable way of defending the fatherland.

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Or shut you off from contact with them? Paul is a German soldier, posted on the Western Front during World War I. I am so alone, and so without hope that I confront them without fear. مأمور سقلمه ای به پهلویم می زند: «چیزاشو تو تحویل می گیری؟» و وقتی اشاره می کنم که بله، باز می گوید: باید فوری از این جا ببریمش. Now red points glow in every face. I see how peoples are set against one another, and in silence, unknowingly, foolishly, obediently, innocently slay one another. Not only did he miss most of Third Ypres, which lasted over three months, into November, and likely resulted in between 50,000 and 100,000 German deaths; but he also missed the German last-gasp offensives of 1918, in which the German Army sustained close to a million casualties. This thin little book has more of an impact than any other I have read.

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21 Quotes From 'All Quiet on the Western Front'

all calm on the western front

The world of comrades: a transition from outer to inner Without other human beings to share that outer world with, could any person survive? The outnumbered, outgunned and barely fed German soldiers would carry on fighting. This is not a book which glorifies the war effort, or portrays soldiers as heroes. Such topics are totally superfluous given the gravity and intensity of the central theme so well drawn with Remarque's eloquence. Later, to feed the hungry men, Kat brings bread, a bag of horse flesh, a lump of fat, a pinch of salt and a pan in which to cook the food. I plan on buying the uncut version of the 70's and keeping both in my collection. Smelling total victory, the kaiser declared a holiday.

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21 Quotes From 'All Quiet on the Western Front'

all calm on the western front

In the final scene, Paul is back on the front lines. In my copy of the book, a brief essay appears after the story by G. فالآن فقط زالت الغشاوة عن أعيننا. Did we mention this was an anti-war novel? He fell on a day that was so unspectacular that the newspaper reported all was quiet, nothing new on the western front. I thought of your hand-grenades, of your bayonet, of your rifle; now I see your wife and your face and our fellowship. It should give pause to consider the real human cost of armed conflict before drawing one's saber and going to war. Talk about books that get under your skin.

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All Quiet on the Western Front (1930 film)

all calm on the western front

The book and its sequel, 1930 , were among the books banned and in. فأحيانا يتساوى النقيضان و يصبح كل منهما صحيحا في نفس الوقت. And we sleep and eat with death. Carrying his old school books with him to the battlefield, he constantly reminds himself of the importance of learning and education. Dysentery, influenza, typhus — scalding, choking, death.

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Paul and his friends are given an easy assignment: for three weeks, they are to guard a supply depot away from the fighting. If there is another, I have yet to read it. Paul sees his small band of survivors slowly wither away. Nothing — nothing - … I cannot find my way back, I am shut out though I entreat earnestly and put forth all my strength. مت عندما رأيت أصدقائي يُقتلون أو يَقتلون ويجرحون وتبتر أعضاؤهم. Through Paul's eyes we travel with him on his journey to witness the horrors of warfare and experience the physochical struggles of these young men whose hopes and dreams are forever shattered.

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Nothing stirs; listless and wretched, like a condemned man, I sit and the past withdraws itself. By the end, the entire class is moved by their teacher's exhortations to enlist en masse. Two weeks later he was posted to the 15th Reserve Infantry regiment, Engineer Platoon, stationed between Torhout and Houthult. This is an international version with intertitles and synchronized music and effects track. He goes home on leave and everything is tainted with war. For instance, Remarque so clearly reflects the feeling of camaraderie that these men, most of them not even twenty years old, experienced in the field and on the front.


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All Quiet on the Western Front (1930)

all calm on the western front

In fact, it would probably be easier to tell you why this novel is irrelevant: it's not, for example, an example of the perfect rom-com. There is my mother, there is my sister, there my case of butterflies, and there is the mahogany piano — but I am not myself there. Most of the filming took place in Czechoslovakia. On the first day of Blücher his troops gained 13 miles, unheard of in the former static years. There were lots of corpses. Looking in through the many ground-level windows, I saw heaps of bones and skulls in the darkness.


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All Quiet On The Western Front 1979

all calm on the western front

Excellent- A mesmerizing and vivid account of war. Tauris, publishers, London and New York, 1998. Paul attacks a French soldier who has stumbled into his shell-hole, mortally wounding him, and listens to him dying hour after hour. For instance, the 295,000 Australians who fought, and the 46,000 who died, will be barely mentioned here. Junger goes on to suggest that present-day Americans could do a lot for the mental health of veterans by listening to them. All Quiet on the Western Front was another book that did. Trenches, hospitals, the common grave — there are no other possibilities.

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All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque

all calm on the western front

Check it out here: I am silent. He had grandparents in the Resistance, in the Second World War, but as for the First World War, that was too long a time ago, he remarked, flashing one tanned skinny arm away from the steering wheel. You should care about All Quiet on the Western Front because it gives you a front-row seat to the difficulties of one man's homecoming. The others that continued their educations were sent to trade schools. These young men become enthusiastic soldiers, but their world of duty, culture, and progress breaks into pieces under the first bombardment in the trenches. How would all this captured territory have appeared in early autumn 1918? Unfortunately for the Germans, their newest enemy was now in the field.


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