All Quiet on the Western Front

Why do paul and men of his age group fear the end of the war as much as they fear the war itself

All quiet on the western front

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The war is all they know. They joined as mere boys, virgins with rifles. Their family are their comrades in arms. Paul in fact says he has more in common with the enemy soldier than he does with people in civilian life. Leaving the war, they would be lost souls as civilians who were robbed of their youth.