Remarque Erich Maria

Remarque Erich Maria
Remarque Erich Maria

Erich Maria Remarque (22 June 1898 - 25 September 1970), was a well known German writer. He was conscripted into the German army in 1916, and sent to the front line. He served on the Western Front from 26 June until 31 July, 1917. His experiences as a soldier inspired him to write his most famous work ‘Im Westen nichts Neues’, translated into English as 'All Quiet on the Western Front’. The novel was published in 1929, and became the most popular war novel of World War I. It was translate…