list quotes paul had said about comradship and the situations he was in
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This could be anywhere in the novel.
"When I think about it, Albert," I say after a while rolling over on my back, "when I hear the word 'peace-time,' it goes to my head: and if it really came, I think I would do some unimaginable thing—something, you know, that it's worth having lain here in the muck for. But I can't even imagine anything. All I do know is that this business about professions and studies and salaries and so on—it makes me sick, it is and always was disgusting. I don't see anything at all, Albert." ch 5
We have become wild beasts. We do not ﬁght, we defend ourselves against annihilation. It is not against men that we ﬂing our bombs, what do we know of men in this moment when Death is hunting us down—now, for the ﬁrst time in three days we can see his face, now for the ﬁrst time in three days we can oppose him; we feel a mad anger. No longer do we lie helpless, waiting on the scaffold, we can destroy and kill, to save ourselves, to save ourselves and to be revenged. ch 6