Original Vintage Czech Movie Poster "NA ZAPADNI FRONTE KLID" by Vlach 1979

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"Quiet on the Western Front" is a novel by Erich Maria Remarque , a German veteran of the First World War . It describes the harsh reality of war and deep detachment from civilian life of German soldiers returning from the front. novel in detail and accurately represents the reality of war with almost journalistic preciozitou. It does not show the heroic struggle of soldiers at the front, but concentrates on their suffering and absurdity of the conflict, tragedy highlights generation, "whose first vocation was producing corpses." The first German edition was called Im Westen nichts Neues and appeared in January 1928 . Within a year, sold a million copies just in Germany , another million in foreign countries . The English book was first published in 1929 by the publisher Melantrich translation of Bohumil Mathesius . Another translation made ​​in the 60s František Gel . Based on the book was in 1930 shot film of the same name, which won an Oscar. Directed by Lewis Milestone . The second time the novel was made ​​into a film in 1979 (directed by Delbert Mann ). -- Wiki

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    15.4X11 (inches), 39x28 (cm)

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    Signed in the plate

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    Very Good. A-

Item ID : 68346
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