Most of Belgium was occupied by the Germans. This implies that Robert is forced by the war to become like an animal.
For Robert, the rat is a miraculous sign of life amidst death. At the end of his leave, Paul spends some time at a training camp near a group of Russian prisoners-of-war.
Throughout the novel Paul only comes to see the enemy, whether he is dead or alive, as a human being just like himself. Men behave the same way when given the opportunity to have a little authority.
Paul and Kat find a house with a goose and roast the goose for supper, enjoying a rare good meal. The Germans did make one sizable pullback in the north, opposing the British, to pull back to new lines they had prepared on better ground to their rear.
The northern end was at the coast of the North Sea, just over the border from France in Belgium. At night, the men go on a harrowing mission to lay barbed wire at the front.
Roberts position of him instantly shattered. The Germans are running out of shells, have too few horses, and are helpless against the new and menacing machines of war — Allied tanks. It's some kind of world war 1 movie. He fails to see an old major on the street.
And so the broken soldiers. An illustration would be Tjaden who is the biggest feeder and Westhus who continuously thinks about adult females.
Life is "limited to what is most necessary," such as whether to eat in case a later belly wound would be complicated by food.
No longer do we lie incapacitated. The younger coevalss believed that the senior 1s had greater penetration and wisdom but was subsequently on destroyed by the first sight of the war casualties. He is excessively sensitive for these kinds of things and this is seen through his contemplation of the animate beings.
Men and equipment of the EF were exposed extreme cold of the Russian winters and the heat of the steppes in the southern flank of the EF.All Quiet on The Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque.
in which the narrative is about a adolescent named Paul Baumer. Paul Baumer is a German soldier who was influenced from his instructor that traveling to war was a brave determination.
All Quiet on the Western Front - All Quiet on the Western Front One of the best war novels that is read by thousands of high school students each year is Erich Maria Remarque's All Quiet on the Western Front.
All Quiet on the Western Front vs The Wars (theme: war) Uploaded by mgpilot on Dec 20, This is a comparison between Remarque's All Quiet on the Western Front and Timothy Findley's The Wars on the theme of war/realities of war.
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“If you think of humanity as one large body, then war is like suicide, or at best, self mutilation”(Jerome Crabb). Paul Baumer, the protagonist of All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque fulfills his understanding of Jerome Crabb’s quote after experiencing everything war has to offer.
Timothy Findley’s The Wars describes the history of Robert Ross, a Second Lieutenant in the Canadian Army, during World War 1. The story of Robert Ross is a candid recollection of a young man coming of age in the midst of horror and confusion associated with the “war to end all wars”.Download