Horror of War

" This story is neither an accusation nor a confession

and at least of all an adventure to those

who stand face to face with it. It will try

of men have escaped it's shells,

All Quiet on the Western Front is a gruesome film displaying the soldiers impact

during World War I. This film goes beyond enemy lines into Germany's front in a

rigorous battle of gruesome violence. World War I's trench warfare dehumanized young

soldiers and had a devesting effect on their generation. This war more than any other

went above and beyond violence, into more catastrophic levels of carnage and gore.

Portraying the evil side of war and never glorifying the battles, demonstrating the real

All Quiet on the Western Front does not portray W.W.I as a romantic picture of

glory, but more as an unromantic fearful experience. In this movie the tragic events of

trench warfare are displayed. It shows the war from a soldiers point of view. From

training down the intense fighting. The author wants readers to feel the experience of that

of a soldier. Knowing the rampage and sickness of war. Presenting the horrible emotion

and the great strength the soldiers contained.

War involves millions of deaths and for these soldiers killing of the unknown

wasn't bothersome. For example, each and every solider, in this film, is able to shot and

kill their enemies. It was made easier and less emotional than before because of the most

of the new technology, such as machine guns, mustard, trenches, and more. The

advancements in weapons of mass destruction lowered the difficulties of homicide,

soldiers felt it to be effortless, resulting in less emotional stress amongst them.

With the nation focusing on new war technology, the absence of medical

supplies was not an issue. This made soldiers go untre

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