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Christine Barker and R. W. Last, Erich Marla Remarque, Oswald Wolff (London) and Barnes and Noble (New York), 1979.

Louis Kronenberger, "War's Horror as a German Private Saw It,"' in the New York Times Book Review, June 2, 1929, p.5.

Joseph Wood Krutch, "Glorious War,"' in the Nation, Vol. 129, No. 3340, July 10, 1929, p. 43.

Brian R Rowley, "Journalism into Fiction' 1m Westen nichts Neues," in The First World War in Fiction: A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by Holger Klein, Macmillan, 1976, pp. 101-12.

Hans Wagener, Understanding Erich Maria Remarque, University of South Carolina Press, 1991.

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