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All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque "All Quiet on the Western Front" was written in a first person style. The story was told by Paul Baümer, a nineteen year-old student, convinced to amuse with the German military by his own schoolmaster, Kantorek. Along with many of his buddies from college, he's trained beneath Corporal Himmelstoss, a strictly disciplined commander who dislikes Paul because of the "defiance." When sent to the front, Paul, along with his other friends, made new friendships that will last through the years. His recently made friend/commander, was a man named Stanislaus Katczinsky. As a person of forty decades of age he was a smart old man in addition to a buddy to the youthful and nineteen year old recruits. After going to the front for long stretches Paul is given fourteen days of leave where he can visit his ill mother at his own house. Following this leave he is sent back to instruction and after that back to the front. His trip is lengthened when he finds that his unit has been reassigned to a different area. Locating his device, he reunites with his friends and joins up with them again in the war efforts. While searching in "no man's land," Paul is restricted to a shell hole for a very long night. During this night that a French soldier drops in the hole and then Paul stabs him. The hours ahead are extremely hard to get Paul as he comforts and waits for the Englishman to expire. Paul's team has a stroke of luck if they have been assigned to defend a village. Since no inhabitants.