Politics of All Quiet on the Western Front

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History

 

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Andrea M

 

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October 15, 2015

 

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University

 

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Until writers, artists, and others that had been involved in the fighting began to share the reality of their experiences, Europeans received only the romanticized version of the war from their leaders and others who benefited from this one sided version of the story being told. In turn, while people all over the world flocked to stores to buy this book, it had many Europeans in an uproar about the way they were portrayed...
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In turn, while people all over the world flocked to stores to buy this book, it had many Europeans in an uproar about the way they were portrayed. All Quiet on the Western Front indeed carried many political implications that may or may not have been intended by Remarque. A recurring theme throughout the book is the danger and even hypocrisy often caused by blind nationalism...
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