Biography of Erich Remarque

Biography of Erich Remarque

Erich Maria Remarque is a German writer.

Erich Remark was born in Osnabruck on June 22, 1898. The first education in the biography of Remarque was received at the church school. Then he studied at the Catholic seminary. In 1916 he went to war, was wounded. In the post-war period, several professions have been tried in the biography of Erich Remarque. He was a journalist and correspondent, and also experienced himself as a librarian, teacher, accountant.

The first works of Remarque were written in 1916. Later, the writer took the pseudonym Erich Maria Remarque – in honor of the deceased mother. His impressions of the cruelty of the war Remarque depicted in the work “On the Western Front without Change” in 1929. In addition, he published several other similar works, but all of them were burned by the Nazis in 1933. In the same year, Remarque moved to Switzerland.

Roman “The Triumphal Arch” Remarque wrote in 1945 under the impression of a relationship with Marlene Dietrich. In 1939, in the biography of Erich Maria Remarque moved to the United States, where eight years later he was granted citizenship. In 1958 he married for the second time, now on the actress Paulette Godard. Right after that, together with his wife settled in Switzerland, lived there for the rest of his life.

Among other famous works of Erich Maria Remarque: “Three comrades”, “Time to live and time to die”, “Black obelisk”, “Life on loan” and many others.

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Biography of Erich Remarque