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It is written in first person by the main character Robert Lohkamp, whose somewhat disillusioned outlook on life is due to his horrifying experiences in the trenches of the First World War's French-German front. Remarque wrote the novel in exile and it was first published in Dutch translation as Drei kameraden , with English translation following soon in Good Housekeeping from January to March and in the book form in the same year. First German language edition was published in by exile publisher Querido in Amsterdam, but the novel was published in Germany only in The city, which never is referred to by name however, it is likely Berlin , is crowded by a growing number of jobless and marked by increasing violence between left and right. The novel starts in the seedy milieu of bars where prostitutes mingle with the hopeless flotsam that the war left behind. While Robert and his friends manage to make a living dealing cars and driving an old taxi, economic survival in the city is getting harder by the day.
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