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Ethnicity and Intolerance All Quiet on the Western Front In All Quiet on the Western Front Paul Bumer is a soldier for the German army in WWI He is fighting the French British the United States and the Russians who are called the Allies He was pressured by his school teacher to volunteer for the war when he was just ending school In this book Paul the main character and his friends fellow soldiers experience the war Paul goes through a mental struggle trying to figure out who is wrong the government or the enemy Towards the end of the book through his experiences he comes to a conclusion that the government is wrong He also comes to the conclusion that he has changed because of the war When he visited his home on leave from the war he could not talk about the war because it would bring back the memory of the terrible occurrences that happened in the war At the end of the book all of his friends die are taken by the government for treason or hurt and sent home He becomes weak because of this He ends up dead one month before the war ended An army report stated He fell in October 1918 on a day so quiet and still on the whole front that the army report confined itself to the single sentence All Quiet on the Western Front These following questions examine this book 1What are the main themes of All Quiet on the Western Front There are two themes of All Quiet on the Western Front Antiwar and Ethnicity and Intolerance The first theme antiwar is demonstrated by Pauls entry when he is at the training camp A word of command has made these silent figures our enemies a word of command might transform them into our friends At some table a document is signed be some persons whom none us knows and then for
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