The chapter that engaged me the most was the one called "stockings". It was a short chapter but i felt like it had a big point to it. It was the chapter talking about Henry dobbins wearing his girlfriends stockings around his neck like a good luck charm. The themes that are important to me in this chapter are how some simple object can make you feel protected in a place where in reality nothing can protect you.
The book makes me hate war, both in the present and past. There are so many examples in the book about how men that do not even like the issue they are fighting for are having to die for that issue. Also i think war makes some people very depressed, like the man who hanged himself in the book after the war because he felt like he had nothing to do.