All Quiet on the Western Front

Explain Paul’s outlook on generational differences?

Chapter 12

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He feels the older generation will not understand his generation's chaos. Paul decides that since he has already lost so much in the war, he cannot lose anymore. He is unsure if he has fully subdued all the life within him, but feels it will "seek its own way out" somehow.