My favorite favorite is the work of the writer Remarque "No War on the Western Front", and I prefer the 1930 version of the film. The book is set against the historical background of the Western Front in World War I, and tells the story of the protagonist Paul Boimer and his classmates, instigated by the rector Cantonek and his chauvinism, and full of fanatical "patriotic zeal" into this so-called "defense of the country" war. During the four years of war, he witnessed the terrible casualties and the destruction of human bodies and minds by war, and witnessed the inhumanity of war. The initial "patriotic fervor" disappeared, leaving only physical wounds and questions about German militarism and the purpose of entering the war. Remarque's writing does not have a palatial military appearance and spectacular war scenes, only a terrifying, cruel, and dirty battlefield. In the end, Paul died on the eve of the end of the war...
I very like history and good at it.I like WWI,WW2 and Qing Dynasty
I want to japan before.I thank it is beautiful there because it was snow there I played snow with my fimaly.The fruit in there is really expensive but the sushi was very yummy it is different from China
what food for lunch[doge]