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No-one now (the people who did are dead or did not actually live in the trenches but are relatives) actually knows how it was. There are many journals from fallen soldiers that say that it was horrible and do not want to experience it again ( they can't, their deseased). Some say it was difficult and not a good experience. Old veterans who where still alive makes it out to be a disaster with many of their partners, generals and mates who have fallen.
All they really mean is that you do not want to experience it and it was very hard. Many of the jobs including digging the trenches which was difficult and messy. Water carrying up a hill was hard. In winter, they had very bad equipment (summer uniform).
Thousands of men died in trenches Thousands of men died in trenches
World War 2 was a mobile war. There few trenches that lasted more than a few months.
WW1 was a global war. It was fought in the trenches in Europe, Gallipoli, various places in Africa, naval battles around the world, China etc.
the women got to know more stuff about the war and life in the trenches the women got to know more stuff about the war and life in the trenches
Life in the trenches of World War I was no picnic. Specifically, snipers and disease caused soldiers to die on a daily basis. There were rat infestations in the trenches, and lice and other vermin were common problems.
The Gallipoli landing occurred soon after the onset of World War I.
The Gallipoli Campaign was a part of World War I.
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the importance and consequences of gallipoli war
they fought in the trenches ww1 was known as a war in the trenches
I'm sure it was not pleasant
The Gallipoli Campaign was fought on and around the Gallipoli Peninsula in World war I.
The Great War, World War One.
to have safe life in the trenches
Life in the trenches of World War I would have been extremely dangerous and difficult. There was a real risk of dying from disease and gunfire at any time.
Trenches were a trademark of the first World War. They were extensive and elaborate. They were not used in World War II. Are you trying to find out the length of ALL the trenches together?
The Gallipoli Campaign during World War I took place from april 1915 to january 1916.
Gallipoli was in world war 1 because alot of red heads were in gallipoli and other countries had to exterminate them. kindest regards Kevin Rudd
World war 2
Gallipoli is located in Turkish Thrace, the European part of Turkey. The Gallipoli Campaign in the First World War was on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey.
world war 1 how did soldiers fight in trenches
Over 200,000 men died in the trenches of World War 1.
The soldiers built the trenches.
The use of trenches in World War I, made war last longer then it could've been. Trenches were a hard obstacle to overcome and required much time that's why war lasted longer.
Hell in knee high mud.