by Pub. by authority of the War Office from the offices of Country Life in London .
Written in English
|Statement||With an introduction by General Sir Douglas Haig.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||422|
All Quiet on the Western Front may have been the first runaway international bestseller, but its utter lack of pro-German propaganda and honest, downbeat look at war made the book a Nazi target Author: Patrick Sauer. All Quiet on the Western Front – Erich Maria Remarque Brian Murdoch, the translator, has given us in his Afterword an excellent starting point for discussing this book. I refer to it as a ‘book’ because to call it a novel suggests something less horrific in terms of subject matter than what we find in All Quiet on the Western Front/5(K). All Quiet on the Western Front, novel by German writer Erich Maria Remarque, published in as Im Westen nichts Neues and in the United States as All Quiet on the Western antiwar novel set during World War I, it relies on Remarque’s personal experience in the war to depict the era’s broader book is an account of Paul Baumer’s experiences in battle . Books shelved as world-warwestern-front: A Bridge Too Far by Cornelius Ryan, Overlord: D-Day and the Battle for Normandy by Max Hastings, Band of Brot.
All Quiet on the Western Front was one of the key books of its generation. In the late 20s and early 30s there were very few in the US or Europe who hadn’t read the book, or seen the justly famous film version, directed by Lewis Milestone, which starred Lew Ayres as Paul. The master scrounger, who even secures four boxes of lobsters to share with his comrades, lightens the load of the young combatants by removing their dependence on the military and reconnecting them with the earth and the normal order of hustling for a good meal, a manly jest, and an untroubled sleep. This book All Quiet on the Western Front PDF is loaded up with direct scenes into the life of a trooper on the war front. The depictions are so striking and abnormal while it made me as a peruser feel melancholic all through. The book has succeded in crushing the legends I had with respect to the brilliance of war. An incredibly enlightening and exciting book that takes the reader to the front lines and into the war room. Interspersed throughout the almost three years of battles with stunning and vivid accounts of the actions by Australian soldiers who secured a Victoria Cross for heroism in action, The Western Front Diaries is as far from a dry military read as you can imagine/5.
Book Summary The record of several schoolmates who represent a generation destroyed by the dehumanization of World War I's trench warfare, All Quiet on the Western Front tells of their enlistment in the army at the urging of their teacher, Kantorek, whose wisdom they trusted. Book An American on the Western Front tells the remarkable story of a young American serviceman in World War I, following his progress from the sunny optimism of springtime California in to the dank autumnal mists of northern France in Combining this personal story with a narrative account of the United. ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’: Groundbreaking book changed the view of first World War In a new introduction to All Quiet, historian Norman Stone argues the brutality of Erich Maria. All Quiet On The Western Front Movie vs Book After reading the novel and watching the movie “All Quiet on the Western Front” the novel proved to be a lot better for learning about World War I. The novel is called the best war novel for a reason.