All Quite On The Western Front

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American History

 

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Monty C

 

Date added:

January 2, 2014

 

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University

 

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A

 

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To everyday people it is apparent that the war changes people, but the extent of the change is not so easy to see. This change is symbolized in the movie, "All Quiet On The Western Front." At the beginning of the movie, Paul Baumer and his friends were excited about the war. Their teacher Mr. Kantorek, had put a theory in their heads that war was a patriotic duty...
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Their teacher Mr. Kantorek, had put a theory in their heads that war was a patriotic duty. If you loved and wanted to support your country, then going to war was a must. With this theory in your head, the act of war is a very difficult thing to handle. Paul realized that war was a horrible place to be...
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