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  • Experiences Of The French And German Soldiers
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    The first World War was a horrible experience for all sides involved. No one was immune to the effects of this global conflict and each country was affected in various ways. However, one area of relative comparison can be noted in the experiences of the French and German soldiers. In gaining a better understanding of the French experience, Wilfred Owen's Dulce et Decorum Est was particularly useful. Regarding the German soldier's experience, various selections from Eric Maria Remarque's All Quie...
  • Capt Miller As A Confused Soldier
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    Analyze the methods used to make the opening battle sequence of 'Saving Private Ryan' both shocking and realistic, and say how effective you find it as an introduction to the film Steven Spielberg's master piece Saving Private Ryan earned itself 5 academy awards, including the best director award in 1998. The all star cast starring Tom Hanks, Matt Damon, Tom Sizemore and Edward Burns brings to life the horror of war. Seen through the eyes of a squad of American soldiers, the story begins with Wo...
  • Enemy Soldiers From Front Line Trenches
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    There were many types of military tactics in World War 1 that were new to the war, some such tactics were trench warfare, new technology that helped to penetrate the defenses base such as the flame thrower, mustard gas, tunneling, and in some cases tanks. The flame-thrower used pressurized air, carbon dioxide or nitrogen to force oil through a nozzle. Ignited by a small charge, the oil became a jet of flame. The Flame-thrower was first used in the western front in 1914. It was operated by two me...
  • O The Officers
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    Journey's End The conditions of war. o Wet, muddy and dirty trenches, usually infested with rats. o Shortage of food and water supplies, they have to be disinfected with pepper / alcohol. o Officers lived in poor conditions; in dugouts- they had no proper beds. o Officers rotated every six days between the trenches. o The soldiers need to be ready at all times since the war is ongoing, therefore they are always dressed in their uniforms. The way the war was conducted. o Orders came in from the H...
  • Soldiers
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    All Quiet on the Western Front All Quiet on the Western Front is by Erich Maria Remarque. This book war story. Remarque uses excellent words and phrases details of the book. Remarque had first hand experience because he was a German in World War I. So he expresses his opinions through Paul of the book. One of the strongest themes in this book is man inhuman. From the author's point of view soldiers was various non-living objects that were inhuman. The soldiers are compared to coins of different ...
  • Battlefields Of World War
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    In general, All Quiet on the Western Front, by Erich Maria Remarque was an interesting novel. As compared to The Red Badge of Courage, another battlefield novel, All Quiet is a much more personal account of life on the battlefield, this time during World War I. The true emotions of protagonist Paul Ba " user were evident in the book, especially during the climax. At this point, Paul has a touching experience with French soldier G'erard Duval where he essentially realizes that everyone is human r...
  • Soldiers On The Other Side
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    All Quiet on the Western Front – Chapter 4 Summary The Second Company is assigned to the task of laying wire at the front. Everyone crowds into trucks. The drivers do not risk using light, so the trucks often lurch when they hit deep holes in the road. No one minds that they are often nearly thrown from them. A broken bone means they will not have to fight until it mends again. They pass a house, and Paul detects the cackle of geese. He and Kat agree to make a surreptitious visit later. Th...
  • Young German Soldiers World War
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    Remarque's novel, All Quiet on the Western Front, transpires in the trenches of the Nazi Western Front, which is protected by the young German soldiers World War I. Paul B umer, the narrator; enters the war under pressure to enlist; goes to the front and learns about the brutality of war. Paul witnesses the extreme violence that defines war during his time spent on the Western Front. B umer and his cronies learn to except the war as part of their lives, but the pains of battle which tear the you...
  • Paul And His Group Of Soldier Friends
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    All's Quiet On The Western Front Essay, All's Quiet On The Western Front All Quiet on the Western Front Book Review While lying in dark, muddy, lice infested trench, bullets, grenades, bombs and shrapnel fly over your head, intended to hit you. Risking your life is a daily ritual, along with trying to kill the enemy. Your diet consists of whatever you can get your hands on, and your bed is a metal net covered in hay. Doesn't sound like the kind of life you would like to live? Well, so is the lif...

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