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Answered 2013-02-12 04:13:34

The front wall is a parapet the back is a parados.

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What is the name of the front wall of a trench?

The front wall is a parapet the back is a parados.


What was the front wall of a trench called?

the front wall was called a parapet the back wall was a parados


What is the front wall of a trench called?

The front wall, the side facing the enemy, is called a parapet.The rear wall is called a parados.


What were the parts of a trench?

At the front there was the front line, then there was the support trench and at the back was a reserve trench.


What is a front line trench?

A front line trench is the first trench (ditch in the ground for soldiers to hide) before no-mans land.


What are the World War I trenches?

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What links the front line and support trenches?

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What are the different types of trenches?

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What were reserve trenches in World War 1?

the reserve trench were the lin eof trenchs that are behind the front lin trench. if or when the front line trench is captured, the solidiers can use the reserve trench line and the substitute front line


Why is there wire between the front trench and the machine guns?

As a defensive measure, in case the front trench was overrun.


What was the back wall of a trench caled?

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Why was there wire between the front trench and the machine guns in World War 1?

To provide a barrier in the event that the front trench was overrun.


Trench warfare was the primary form of warfare used on which front?

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What are dugouts?

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Was trench warfare on the western front?

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What are some examples artificial boundaries?

a fence, wall, or trench.


Which front of the war was characterized by a stalemate due to trench warfare?

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How big were the trench warfare?

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What are parapets?

A parapet was the front of the front line trench, The top 2-3 feet of the trench consisted of sand bags to absorb bullets and shell fragments. It was in effect a vertical extension of the trench, used to provide cover for the soldiers.


How did technological innovations lead to the trench stalemate on the western front?

The technological innovations led to the trench stalemate on the western front in various ways. Each army developed entrenchments which they intended to use in the war and this is what propagated the Trench Warfare.


What is a communications trench in World War I?

Communication trenches ran between safe areas and the front-line trench. They allowed troops to move safely to and from the front line...


In World War 1 where was trench warfare fought?

It was fought on the Western frontThe Eastern front was a war of movementand Gallipoli was a form of trench warfare but predominantly a stalemate


What led to the use of trench warfare on the western front?

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Is a urethrocele a back or front wall prolapse?

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What was the communications trench for in World War 1?

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