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WWI Trench Warfare
number of diseases. Post-inspection, breakfast was served. Men resting in sleeping shelters dug into the side of a trench, WWI Pinterest. Trench Warfare was one of the most commonly used war tactics on the eastern and western front during WWI. Causalities: Death was a common sight in the trenches. Therefore these are some interesting facts about the Trench Warfare used in the First World War. Barbed wire fences were erected at night to protect front line troops. The unusual surroundings and the various noises made it difficult for the soldiers to have a proper sleep.
Diarrhea, fever, vomiting, and stomach aches were the main symptoms, and dehydration often turned fatal. Another method was sapping which was far safer than entrenching through which the soldiers were open to enemy fires. These were many times made on some important dates and days. Communication trenches were dug connecting the reserve trenches, second and first line trenches. They had special structures built for machine gunners.
Because of the lack of progress in combat mobility, this French Cavalry Corps was made up of bicyclists. It is therefore likely that an exposition of their participation in battle will accompany a Laconic wit that borders on gallows. This can be done, but when it is overdone, the viewer is left with a dazzling shell shock that does less to educate than to confuse. They spent about sixty days in the front line trenches and another thirty days in the second line support trenches. The photos evoke the lives and struggles of ordinary soldiers during the world's first truly global war. Over 200,000 soldiers died in the trenches of the Western Front in World War. Night patrols into No Mans Land monitored enemy movement and repaired the barbed wire fences.
Soldiers were also assigned duties at listening posts, as snipers, or as sentries at the fire step. These three methods included entrenching.e.