Chapter 111. Why does Paul tell about how Berger gets injured? What does this show about the morale of the troops?2. “Muller is dead.” (p. 279) Why do you think Paul describes the death of his friend so succinctly, so matter-of-factly? What does this show about his emotions compare to his attitude at the beginning of the book?Paul already has watched many of his comrades die. Even in life-and-death moments, the men remain focused on practical matters and devoted to one another’s basic well being.3. What sorts of weapons are brought in by the Allies toward the end of the war?4. What has happened to Kemmerich’s boots? How can you tell that Paul has admitted to himself that he may well die?5. Where do you see again in this section the ironic contrast between those who profit from war and those who fight in it?