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Die Nacht von Lissabon
One of the refugees relates their story during the course of a single night in Lisbon in The story he recounts is mainly a romantic one, and also contains a lot of action with arrests, escapes and near-misses. The novel is realistic, Remarque was himself a German refugee although the novel is fictional and only loosely based on the experience of Remarque's friend, novelist Hans Habe , and provides insight into refugee life in Europe during the early days of the war. The book completed what was known as Remarque's "emigre trilogy" along with Flotsam and Arch of Triumph. The story takes place in the opening months of World War II. Josef Schwarz is a refugee who offers his visa and tickets for America to another refugee desperate to leave Lisbon.