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All Quiet On The Western Front Audiobook was written by Erich Maria Remarque and was published on 31st January 1929. This book tells the story of Paul Baumer, who is a young German soldier and is involved in fighting at the western front during the First World War. Paul and his several friends join the army, after listening to the patriotic speeches of their teacher, but soon they become disenchanted because of the horrors of the battlefield.

All Quiet On The Western Front Audiobook

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The book All Quiet on the Western Front Audiobook Unabridged helps the readers to understand the effect of the First World War, and its impact on the Germans. It describes the warfare from a relatively permanent system of trenches and simply narrates human patients in extremity. No doubt, it is one of the most famous novels among war novels. The novel is something about the experiences of war by a young German soldier who narrates how he and his friends are so excited about joining the army but their world of duty breaks into pieces under the first bombardment in narrow trenches.

All Quiet On The Western Front Audiobook is written by Erich Maria Remarque. The Novel was published originally in December 1928. The Novel falls under the genre of Novel, Fiction, and War Story. It has a rating of 3.8 Star Rating on Goodreads.

Plot Review:

Paul Baumer, a young German soldier of nineteen, with his friends, joins the army after listening to the patriotic speeches of their teacher, Kantorek. But soon he and his mates realize that ideals of nationalism and patriotism are empty platitudes rather than thinking that war is glorious and honourable. The impact of ten weeks of brutal training, makes them think so. After two weeks of continuous fighting only eighty men of the original one-fifty men, return from the front including Paul and his company.

Paul and his friends visit Kemmerich, a former classmate who is slowly dying because he had a cut-off leg after contracting gangrene. Paul returns to Kemmerich’s bedside, with no tears in their eyes, thinking just as the young man dies. As the war proceeded, Paul suffered from poison in the gas and was given a short leave.

In October 1918, Paul is killed with very little fighting and the army report that day reads simply as All Quiet on the Western Front Audiobook, and the end has come at last with a calm expression on Paul’s corpse.

About Author (Erich Maria Remarque):

Erich Maria Remarque was one of the best novelists of the twentieth century. He was the most widely-read author of German literature. His writing skills are very much influenced by the German history of the twentieth century.

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