More info The last novel by Erich Maria Remarque. Perhaps the largest. Perhaps the strongest. Perhaps the most tragic one. The fate of German emigrants in America. They fled from fascism, using all possible and impossible ways and means. They ran to the last bastion of freedom and independence. However, for some reason America is in no hurry to welcome them with open arms. The fugitives will face the decent and friendly indifference of the inhabitants of a country that has long forgotten what war and a totalitarian regime are. And each of the emigrants will have to rebuild life where they are offered only one thing — to rely exclusively on themselves.