Erich Maria Remarque "All Quiet on the Western Front"
Erich Maria Remarque was born in Osnabruck, Germany on June 22, 1898. He was drafted into the army at the age of 18 to serve his country in the first World War. During his four month stay at the front, Remarque was wounded five time and eventually released. Upon returning home he floated from job to job (ironically enough, he spent some time selling tombstones) before becoming a writer for a Swedish car magazine. It was with those literary skills that he wrote All Quiet on the Western Front. Published in 1928, All Quiet on the Western Front enjoyed immediate success, selling 1 million books during it's first year, as well as being translated into English and French, where it amassed a similar fan base. In 1930, Remarque's novel had already been translated into twenty-five different languages, as well as put on the silver screen in a grainy black and white film that was a hundred and three minutes of director Louis Milestone's version of the book.…
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