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In All Quiet on the Western Front Remarque depicted war as being horrific and terrible unlike other war novels of that time Remarque showed that war is hell through the lost generation On both the German side and French side the lost generation fought for a lost cause They fought for a war that they did not even start Since both the sides were in a stalemate the war was pointless Each side fought the other sides trench just to gain maybe a few yards They both had little or no success Many lives were lost in vain because the war accomplished nothing Both sides did not want to fight or knew what they are fighting for The French and the Germans were mainly fighting because they thought that they are doing their patriotic duty to their country The lost generation did not know that what they were getting into a long and terrible war If people would have told them the truth about how bad war is they probably would have never enlisted When both the sides were fighting on the battle field they acted as robots They did what their commanding officers told them to do Both followed out their commands without thinking them through The lost generation did not think if it was a stupid command or if it was going to get them killed for no reason This is sad because the lost generation was so young that they did not know what many other generations have known They did not know the pleasures of growing up love or raising a family They only knew the horrors of the war When All Quiet on the Western Front was written many novels glorified war Remarque chose not to glorify the war He chose to tell his readers that the war was horrific and gruesome He showed the truth by telling his story from a person from the lost generation
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