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The battlefield is stained with blood Tommies are firing bombs are dropping and people are dieing too Young men are making the ultimate sacrifice needlessly just to defend their country After months of death famine and life in the shadows even the toughest of men and the most cheerful of men can be flipped upside down Many soldiers had come into this war with valor and pride for their country and their livelihoods but few soldiers made it out Many of these soldiers values had dramatically changed during the war Paranoia and death was as dangerous as the guns in the battlefield Many soldiers in World War I enlisted in the Army to defend their countries and their families The men in All Quiet on the Western Front were young and invulnerable or so they thought Many came in with a cheerful attitude towards life and a loathing for death Throughout this book Paul changes his values and his views on life until he is finally killed in battle Through the book he learns to accept death and he acts differently to Kemmerichs and Kats death he changes his take on life and what happened and he gets experienced He becomes a veteran As this book says It will try simply to tell of a generation of men who even though may have escaped shells were destroyed by the war In the first few chapters of this book and the last few chapters of this book Paul loses one of his dearest friends He reacts remarkably different to these losses When Kemmerich is hurt Paul tries to talk Kemmerich into believing that everything is fine and that he will be okpage 30 He also packs up Kemmerichs things before visiting him because he will need them on the way back page 13 When Kat gets injured Paul rushes him to an orderly and demands that he help Kat pages 289-290 This shows that Paul takes
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