5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Lieutenant Bertinck
- French brunette
- a noncommissioned training officer that thinks he has power over everyone. Torments Paul and his friends.
- b Becomes a training officer and torments Kantorek when Kantorek must join the army.
- c One of Paul's best friend in the army; always is the one to find food or clothing when his group is in need. dies from a splinter in the head (shrapnel)
- d has interest in Paul until he tells her he is going on leave; she only likes the excitement of combat. 1 of 3 they see across the canal and swim to.
- e company commander and a good guy. He loves his men, allows them to eat extra rations when Ginger the cook tries to withhold them, and he dies saving his company from the attack of enemy flamethrowers.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Patient in the hospital where Kropp and Paul go. His wife comes to visit him and they have sex while everyone is turned around.
- sharpshooter the men encounter at the Catholic Hospital. When Paul tosses a bottle to quiet the loudly praying nuns, he takes blame. The men are shocked by his boldness, until they learn that he has a "shooting license" which means he was shot in the head so he isn't responsible for what he does so he can do anything.
- man who come back from the dying room
- wants to serve full time in the army after the war ends. was a peat-digger before the war. very large.
- First to die out of Paul's friends. Did not enlist in the army, but was pressured to go because of Kantorek.
5 True/False questions
Kantorek → One of Paul's best friend in the army; always is the one to find food or clothing when his group is in need. dies from a splinter in the head (shrapnel)
Albert Kropp → One of Paul's best friends in the army; always analyzes war. Paul fakes a fever so he can travel to the hospital with him.
Berger → man who come back from the dying room
Tjaden → really wants Kammerich's boots when Kammerich is dying. Very practical; in Paul's group
Ginger → cowardly cook only talked about at the beginning of the novel.