All Quiet on the Western Front

All Quiet on the Western Front

All Quiet on the Western Front
No one wanted to be there; it was a place where starvation, gangrene, corpse eating rats, flame-throwers, gas shells, and finally, death were commonplace. Erich Maria Remarque elaborately revealed this in the book ?All Quiet On The Western Front?. Hell may have a few small differences to the war, such as less fire and no red man with a pitchfork but other then that, World War One was hell.
During the course of World War One, both the physical and mental torment was appalling. No one could say with certainty which was worse, because they were both more shocking than anybody who wasn?t in the war could ever imagine. On one hand, you have physical pain, which could include anything from hunger to slowly bleeding to death by a bombshell fragment or gunshot wound. ?(Kemmerich) They have amputated my leg???.(Paul) you must be thankful you?ve come off with that,???besides, you?ll be going back home. (Kemmerich) Do you think so? (27) Can you imagine being envied by others for having your leg amputated If you survived, having your leg cut off was considered lucky. Even those who had a gun shot wound ended up going back to

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