When Müller asks Detering what he would do if it were suddenly peace-time Again, what does Detering say? (Chapter 5).
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Answered by jill d #170087
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Detering is sparing with his words. But on this subject he speaks. He looks at the sky and says only the one sentence: "I would go straight on with the harvesting."
All Quiet on the Western Front