All Quiet on the Western Front

What was the pattern of a battle? What preceded the attack? What followed it?

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Paul notices a rhythm to the attacks during WW1. Preceding an attack there was always shelling. Sometimes it could be heard in the distance and sometimes it was much closer to them. The shelling was followed by an eerie silence. It was the calm before the storm of violence.