All Quiet on the Western Front

How does Erich Maria Remarque use imagery in All Quiet on the Western Front?

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The imagery in this book surrounds the scenes of WW1, Trench warfare was the most brutal type of warfare inflicted by men upon other men. Blood, guts, poisonous gas, and nature's aversion to warfare are all part of the imagery.