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Ethan Rupp 8A

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The Trench Warfare of World War 1
The Trench Warfare was a type of fighting in which both sides of the battle built deep trenches as a defense system against the enemies.
The Trench Warfare of World War I
By: Ethan Rupp 8A
The Trench warfare of World War 1
The trenches were stretched out for miles so that they could be mobile and safe at the same time.
The Trench warfare of world war 1
The trenches were dug up by soldiers before the war, but there were different ways to dig.
The Trench Warfare of World War 1
One method is where the soldiers dug underground first, dug the trenches, and the dug up the roof. This way was more difficult, but it was safer and you were less exposed
The Trench Warfare of World War 1
The second way to dig was where the would dig tunnels while above ground. This way was faster but more dangerous because of the enemy shooting them while they were digging.
The Trench Warfare of World War 1
The enemies were very fatigued and weak because they were fighting day by day while digging trenches
The Trench Warfare of World War 1
The trenches that were dug were dug twelve feet down and about three to four meters wide which took hours for the soldiers to dig up the trenches.
The Trench Warfare of World War 1
The Trench Warfare was a battle tactic in which soldiers could a ttack from a defensive standpoint. The war started in 1914 and ended in 1918 four years later.
The Trench Warfare of World War 1
The trench system of the Trench Warfare was very dirty and full of germs. Most of the soldiers in the trenches had illnesses and diseases from the dirt and other germs and bacteria from the trenches.
The Trench warfare of world war 1
There was something called "No Man's Land" which was an area not protected from weapons of either side, the was one of the most dangerous areas of the battlefield because it was difficult to retreat or move foward if you wanted to. No Man's Land caused many casualties.
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http://www.ducksters.com/history/world_war_i/trench_warfare.php
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