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In this section of the book Paul finally understands what the war is aboutand why he is there But he learned this grim reality after a traumatizing event He beginsto see the devastation and agony the war brings accompanied with its empty heart After being reassigned to a flank that is brought in whenever the battleplans go wrong Paul prepares for battle But he is reassured knowing his faithfulcomrades Kat and Albert are at his side But Kat and Albert cant assist him with hismind struggle for the company of his mother While conversing with Kat and AlbertPauls hunger can be contained no longer and he pulls out his mothers potato-cakes Paulpauses for a minute and pictures his mother in front of a hot stove with a broken heartPauls thought of this brings him to tears but he must push this to the depths of his heartin preparation for the arrival of the Kaiser The soldiers spirits are lifted after being handed new equipment thatshunned their old ones Paul and his comrades begin to converse of the war and theKaisers arrival which erupts into a debate of who is the enemy and who is the good guyThey regard that both sides are defending their homes and their fatherland so it stands toreason of who is committing wrong doing This debate then strikes up an argument ofhow the war could have been avoided but Tjaden clears the air with the view that the warwill bear peace for future generations Following the inspection of camp by the Kaiser the soldiers becomeenraged after finding out that the new equipment was only a front for the Kaisersinspection Paul feels safety after hearing he and his flank will be going to Russia becauseof rumors going around camp but he discovers that it was actually a rumor He will
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