All Quiet on the western front

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All Quiet on the western front

Post by saculylad » 25 Mar 2003 18:08

Hi. In the summer i was involved in a discussion about ww1 literature on the old military hitory forum. someone gave a bunch of material about all quiet on the western front. It was excellent had quotes from magazines and everything. Well now i am doing a huge presentation on it for my english lit a-level so whoever that was could you please do it agaIN? any thing from anyone else would also be much appreciated.


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Post by Zeydlitz » 25 Mar 2003 21:34

I'm afraid this isn't much, but I found this little story very interesting. Somebody actually discovered that the author of the book, Erich Remarque, actually served more or less alongside a certain Gefreiter Adolf Hitler at Passchendale in 1917.

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Post by Peter H » 28 Mar 2003 11:47

I dispute that Hitler-Remark connection.Hitler was not in the 16th Regiment,10th Bavarian Division.He was in the 16th Bav Reserve Regiment,6th Bavarian Reserve Division.His Division did not fight at Ypres in 1917---it was pulled out of the line just before the British 30th July attack.

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Post by Balrog » 17 Apr 2003 20:49

dera moulded, i read the same link about remarque and hitler crossing paths and wondering if the story was reliable. hhmmm. do you know where hitler and his unit were compared to where remarque and his unit were at this time? how far apart? is it still possible that they could have crossed paths if the units were at least fighting in the same area?

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Post by Lord Gort » 18 Apr 2003 21:30

Scallylad, where are you from?

I am doing my AS level in english lit as well as others, i am doing war lit at a2, "birdsong" I think.

Would be possible for you to send or post on this thread your material, if thats ok, to use it myself?

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Post by Ti.P » 19 May 2003 08:05

im doin and extended essay for school
does anyone ahve any websites or inportant info on the birdsong, august 1914, or all quiet on the west front?

thx in advance

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