I think you have confused the FIRST WORLD WAR with WW2. During the First World War, from 1914 to 1918, the great majority of the fighting took place from two sets of trenchs, one set was held by the Germans, and the other was held jointly by the British, French, Canadian, and at the latter end of the war, by the Americans. This was the first war that saw trench warfare last for years with little movement on either side. During WW2, from 1939 to 1945, the fighting was MUCH MORE MOBILE, with few situations where troops sat in trenchs for very long. The use of fast armoured cars and tanks and trucks sped up the tempo of the fighting. This was called mobile warfare, compared to the stagnant quagmire in the mud of the First World War.
The soldiers were treated OK during the Battle of Gallipoli. It was a battle and the conditions were bad, but the soldiers were not mistreated by commanders.
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383,800 British Soldiers were killed during World War 2.
cold weather and not enough supplies
it was very very bad the soldiers were beaten up and ill treated
Deplorable sanitation conditions in the trenches led to outbreaks of disease. Trench Foot was pandemic, and morale was low.
weapons taken from the dead and wounded
Conditions were very unsanitary... so much that when the soldiers were sailing into the Crusades for battle, about 1/4 of the men died from disease itself.
it was not to healthy like it should have been back home.
Redcoats(british), Hessians german soldiers also called mercenaries. These soldiers fought not out of loyalty but for pay
Bad conditions as experienced by US forces during WW2 in Europe and the Pacific.
It came into English in the 16th century, during the nine years war with Ireland. It was the description of English soldiers of the Irish warcry "abu".
Trench warfare was the biggest problem that the British soldiers faced during WWI. Not only did they have to survive enemy fire, but also the weather and conditions of fighting in a trench.
Agent Orange was used to eliminate forest coverage for the North Vietnamese soldiers. U.S. Soldiers that were exposed to Agent Orange developed all sorts of medical conditions including cancer.
Physicians during the war spent their time patching the wounds of soldiers. They also had to deal with the diseases poor living conditions of the troops caused.
The English Channel.
the trenches affected the soldiers during ww1 ww2 by supplying some cover for the soldiers and they were also a living hell because they held water and were often soaked by blood from fallen comrades
cold and muddy conditions. Soldiers had got infections in the feet known as trench foot, and infections iin the mouth. Shell shock was a mental problem due to the explosions, which made some soldiers kill themselves. But theleaders in charge thought that these soldiers just wanted to get away from the fight, so they refeered to them as cowards
450,900 in total. Britain lost 383,800 soldiers and 67,100 civilians.
During the Revolution things were not going well and soldiers wanted to desert and there was a potential mutany because conditions were so poor.
The primary reason so many soldiers died from disease during the American Civil War is the poor sanitation conditions that existed. Medical technology was primitive at best by today's standards.
German soldiers during World War I were called "Huns" by the American soldiers. The Germans called their soldiers "The Bosch" during World War I.