All Quiet on the Western Front

What weapon does Paul say is a perfect example of the war? Explain why this is so (it is a simile).

In all quiet of the western front of chapter 11

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I think this is related to the tanks.

"From a mockery the tanks have become a terrible weapon. Armoured they come rolling on in long lines, more than anything else embody for us the horror of war...but these tanks are machines, their caterpillars run on as endless as the war..."