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All Quiet on the Western Front is a great war novel written by Enrich Maria Remarque.
I first read this book when I was 15 years old and had the opportunity again to read it recently (the illustrated edition).
Remarque's characters are only ordinary men who try to survive a horrid war the best they can.
A great book from the perspective of German innocence that helps one realize the only enemies we have are the ones we create in our own mindsPublished 28 minutes ago by sherylbow
A well-written, engaging novel. It really pulls you in, and gives you a taste of what WWl soldiers on the front lines went through.Published 6 days ago by Koterre
Excellent book on WW1, I recommend reading along with Storm of Steel by Ernst Junger or even Rommel's Infantry Attacks.Published 8 days ago by M. Volmar
This 83 year old Marine could UNDERSTAND how so many people who say they understand where you've ben and what you faced (or didn"T) when they say they understand they not only... Read morePublished 13 days ago by panmack
Powerful discussion on the waste of war and the weakness of political leaders who fail at their jobs by preventing it from happening using young men who were destroyed before they... Read morePublished 15 days ago by ES Bruce
Enjoyed very much, Really make you think about young men and warPublished 16 days ago by Robert J. Scharle