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DOWNLOAD Æ Im Westen nichts Neues Paul Baumer enlisted with his classmates in the German army of World War I Youthful enthusiastic they become soldiers But despite what they have learned they break into pieces under the first bombardment in the trenches And as horrible war plo There are already thousands of reviews for this deeply moving and heartbreaking book here on Goodreads and I don t know that I could add anything new It simply broke my heart However I do feel really strongly that I should describe the vivid imagery that I m left with Bright red poppies in bloodied fields Where death stalked its victims It cared not for age creed or nationality What would they have achieved in life These young men with so much yet to experience So many dreams to fulfil If duty hadn t called and they hadn t answered When the sun set for one final time It set on the lives they never lived

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DOWNLOAD Æ Im Westen nichts Neues Ds on year after year Paul holds fast to a single vow to fight against the principles of hate that meaninglessly pits young men of the same generation but different uniforms against each other if only he can come out of the war aliveThe world They were young They were twenty year old The war has stolen their youthTo me the front is a mysterious whirlpool Though I am in still water far away from its centre I feel the whirl of the vortex sucking me slowly irresistibly inescapable into itselfFrom the earth from the air sustaining forces pour into us mostly from the earth To no man does the earth mean so much as to the soldier When he presses himself down upon her long and powerfully when he buries his face and his limbs deep in her from the fear of death by shell fire then she is his only friend his brother his mother he stifles his terror and his cries in her silence and her security she shelters him and releases him for ten seconds to live to run ten seconds of life receives him again and often for everThe war has changed the values and priorities in man s life instead of learning the art of love and living one had to learn the skill of staying alive for however a short while longerErich Maria Remarue was a humanist who could vividly portray the atrocity of war in all its terrorsI am young I am twenty years old yet I know nothing of life but despair death fear and fatuous superficiality cast over an abyss of sorrow I see how peoples are set against one another and in silence unknowingly foolishly obediently innocently slay one another I see that the keenest brains of the world invent weapons and words to make it yet refined and enduring And all men of my age here and over there throughout the whole world see these things all my generation is experiencing these things with me What would our fathers do if we suddenly stood up and came before them and proffered our account What do they expect of us if a time ever comes when the war is over Through the years our business has been killing it was our first calling in life Our knowledge of life is limited to death What will happen afterwards And what shall come out of usThe rich for whom it s All uiet on the Western Front get filthily richer while the young and innocent and able pay with their lives for the riches of those who wield power Good Behavior generation but different uniforms against each other if only he can come out of the war aliveThe world They were young They were twenty year old The war has stolen their youthTo me the front is a mysterious whirlpool Though I am in still water far away from its centre I feel the whirl of the vortex sucking me slowly irresistibly inescapable into itselfFrom the earth from the air sustaining forces pour into us mostly from the earth To no man does the earth mean so much as to the soldier When he presses himself down upon her long and powerfully when he buries his face and his limbs deep in her from the fear of death by shell fire then she is his only friend his brother his mother he stifles his terror and his cries in her silence and her security she shelters him and releases him for ten seconds to live to run ten seconds of life receives him again and often for everThe war has changed the values and priorities in man s life instead of learning the art of love and living one had to learn the skill of staying alive for however a short while longerErich Maria Remarue was a humanist who could vividly portray the atrocity of war in all its terrorsI am young I am twenty years old yet I know nothing of life but despair death fear and fatuous superficiality cast over an abyss of sorrow I see how peoples are set against one another and in silence unknowingly foolishly obediently innocently slay one another I see that the keenest brains of the world invent weapons and words to make it yet refined and enduring And all men of my age here and over there throughout the whole world see these things all my H1 Bloodstone Pass generation is experiencing these things with me What would our fathers do if we suddenly stood up and came before them and proffered our account What do they expect of us if a time ever comes when the war is over Through the years our business has been killing it was our first calling in life Our knowledge of life is limited to death What will happen afterwards And what shall come out of usThe rich for whom it s All uiet on the Western Front Bill’s Humiliation in Panties Volume 7 get filthily richer while the young and innocent and able pay with their lives for the riches of those who wield power

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DOWNLOAD Æ Im Westen nichts Neues Has a great writer in Erich Maria Remarue He is a craftsman of unuestionably first trank a man who can bend language to his will Whether he writes of men or of inanimate nature his touch is sensitive firm and sureTHE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW It s unendurable It is the moaning of the world it is the martyred creation wild with anguish filled with terror and groaningThis slim novel about the horror of the World War I trenches and the senselessness of war was published in 1929 If you open this book up today it is absolutely just as relevant now as it was decades ago It is powerful and breathtaking I finished my second reading of this last month and barely a day goes by without me thinking about it I had read All uiet for the first time ages ago and the haunting feeling I had then has stayed with me all these years If you have not ever read this book you must do so It is that meaningful Shells gas clouds and flotillas of tanks shattering corroding death Dysentery influenza typhus scalding choking death Trenches hospitals the common grave there are no other possibilitiesThis is a story of a German soldier Paul B umer and his comrades Since the book is so widely known and reviewed here on Goodreads I won t go into plot details But I want to make note of some portions that affected me uite deeply For instance Remarue 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 These were some of the most moving passages of the novel These voices these uiet words these footsteps in the trench behind me recall me at a bound from the terrible loneliness and fear of death by which I had been almost destroyed They are to me than life these voices they are than motherliness and than fear they are the strongest most comforting thing there is anywhere they are the voices of my comrades I ve never read such stirring words about the soldier s intimacy with not a woman but rather with the very earth itself The writing is truly remarkable To no man does the earth mean so much as to the soldier When he presses himself down upon her long and powerfully when he buries his face and his limbs deep in her from the fear of death by shell fire then she is his only friend his brother his mother he stifles his terror and his cries in her silence and her security she shelters him and releases him for ten seconds to live to run ten seconds of life receives him again and often foreverWhen Paul goes home on leave he finds that the life he once knew and loved no longer has the same meaning His books his case of butterflies and his piano no longer bring him the joy they once had He cannot speak of what he has seen he feels that those that have not been on the front and mired in the trenches can truly understand him He feels alone I was heartbroken when he cried out for his lost childhood Ah Mother Mother You still think I am a child why can I not put my head in your lap and weep Why have I always to be strong and self controlled I would like to weep and be comforted too indeed I am little than a child in the wardrobe still hang short boy s trousers it is such a little time ago why is it overI don t know if a book exists that so effectively conveys the meaninglessness of war If there is another I have yet to read it I suspect that Remarue had a marked influence on many authors writing about the topic since but I don t think this one can be beat in its simple yet passionate and well expressed message There were moments of fleeting pleasures and true companionship that allowed me to intermittently rejoice along with Paul and dream of a future when the war would be ended But I also keenly felt his moments of hopelessness and despair I nodded my head when he recognized in the enemy a man much like himself His sense of humanity truly shined at these times Something as basic as the sharing of cigarettes with the Russian prisoners was very telling I take out my cigarettes break each one in half and give them to the Russians They bow to me and then light the cigarettes Now red points glow in every face They comfort me it looks as though there were little windows in dark village cottages saying that behind them are rooms full of peaceAh if only this book could be read everywhere by everyone Perhaps then we could all see the reflection of ourselves our mothers our fathers our brothers and sisters and our lovers in the face of another human being Could we then avoid the devastation of war This book deserves a place on your bookshelf Grab a copy if you haven t already Mine is sitting on my all time favorites shelf I think it is of a kind of fever No one in particular wants it and then all at once there it is We didn t want the war the others say the same thing and yet half the world is in it all the same Rappin' With Ten Thousand Carabaos in the Dark Poems great writer in Erich Maria Remarue He is a craftsman of unuestionably first trank a man who can bend language to his will Whether he writes of men or of inanimate nature his touch is sensitive firm and sureTHE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW It s unendurable It is the moaning of the world it is the martyred creation wild with anguish filled with terror and Teach Me Gems Gents #1 groaningThis slim novel about the horror of the World War I trenches and the senselessness of war was published in 1929 If you open this book up today it is absolutely just as relevant now as it was decades ago It is powerful and breathtaking I finished my second reading of this last month and barely a day Blameless in Abaddon goes by without me thinking about it I had read All uiet for the first time ages ago and the haunting feeling I had then has stayed with me all these years If you have not ever read this book you must do so It is that meaningful Shells Croatie - 9ed gas clouds and flotillas of tanks shattering corroding death Dysentery influenza typhus scalding choking death Trenches hospitals the common One Day At A Time grave there are no other possibilitiesThis is a story of a German soldier Paul B umer and his comrades Since the book is so widely known and reviewed here on Goodreads I won t 41 Closets go into plot details But I want to make note of some portions that affected me uite deeply For instance Remarue 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 These were some of the most moving passages of the novel These voices these uiet words these footsteps in the trench behind me recall me at a bound from the terrible loneliness and fear of death by which I had been almost destroyed They are to me than life these voices they are than motherliness and than fear they are the strongest most comforting thing there is anywhere they are the voices of my comrades I ve never read such stirring words about the soldier s intimacy with not a woman but rather with the very earth itself The writing is truly remarkable To no man does the earth mean so much as to the soldier When he presses himself down upon her long and powerfully when he buries his face and his limbs deep in her from the fear of death by shell fire then she is his only friend his brother his mother he stifles his terror and his cries in her silence and her security she shelters him and releases him for ten seconds to live to run ten seconds of life receives him again and often foreverWhen Paul Red Riding Hood goes home on leave he finds that the life he once knew and loved no longer has the same meaning His books his case of butterflies and his piano no longer bring him the joy they once had He cannot speak of what he has seen he feels that those that have not been on the front and mired in the trenches can truly understand him He feels alone I was heartbroken when he cried out for his lost childhood Ah Mother Mother You still think I am a child why can I not put my head in your lap and weep Why have I always to be strong and self controlled I would like to weep and be comforted too indeed I am little than a child in the wardrobe still hang short boy s trousers it is such a little time ago why is it overI don t know if a book exists that so effectively conveys the meaninglessness of war If there is another I have yet to read it I suspect that Remarue had a marked influence on many authors writing about the topic since but I don t think this one can be beat in its simple yet passionate and well expressed message There were moments of fleeting pleasures and true companionship that allowed me to intermittently rejoice along with Paul and dream of a future when the war would be ended But I also keenly felt his moments of hopelessness and despair I nodded my head when he recognized in the enemy a man much like himself His sense of humanity truly shined at these times Something as basic as the sharing of cigarettes with the Russian prisoners was very telling I take out my cigarettes break each one in half and Irreparable Damage Irreparable #1 give them to the Russians They bow to me and then light the cigarettes Now red points Weathering glow in every face They comfort me it looks as though there were little windows in dark village cottages saying that behind them are rooms full of peaceAh if only this book could be read everywhere by everyone Perhaps then we could all see the reflection of ourselves our mothers our fathers our brothers and sisters and our lovers in the face of another human being Could we then avoid the devastation of war This book deserves a place on your bookshelf Grab a copy if you haven t already Mine is sitting on my all time favorites shelf I think it is of a kind of fever No one in particular wants it and then all at once there it is We didn t want the war the others say the same thing and yet half the world is in it all the same


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