Common diseases and illnesses in the trenches were that there were many rats in the trenches, this gave the soldiers diseases.
There was trench foot, which made their feet turn rot and swell up from the moisture. Some people said they could put a bayonet through their foot and they wouldn't feel it
There was also trench fever, which was found to be caused by lice, and in the last year of the war, the "Spanish Flu" hit the world, including the trenches of Europe.
In the War Diary I studied, the most common illnesses were boils and skin problems or ICT the soldiers were vaccinated against typhoid.
Lastly shell shock and blindness or burns from mustard gas.
common illnesses were: * shell shock * trench foot * as well as blindness or burns from mustard gas bombs
the diseases the soldiers get in d world war 1, waht trench mouth
well in them days it was very tough and in the trenches they could get diseases from rats, mice and many other animals carrying disease. The trenches were the most common time for attack. also this is where they clean all their weapons and get ready to fight!
the diseases in world war 1 was trench foot, shellpox
Spanish Flu and Trench Foot.
Gassing caused blindness and lung damage, and the cramped conditions in trenches resulted in the spread of typhus, numerous other louse and flea-borne illnesses, and in 1918, a deadly flu epidemic.
One of the disease that the Trench soldiers had where the Trench mouth.
gave them trench foot and gave them horrible diseases like that and pneumonia
Gangrene, hepatitis, and 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 trenches were a very distressing place. Diseases' were caught such as trench foot. The the only cure was to have your legs amputated.
bacause all the dead bodies also because of the millions of rats
The trenches of World War I were terrifying. It was possible to die from sniper fire, diseases, and an overall lack of hygiene. It would have been an incredibly difficult living situation, and many men broke under the stress.
the most common disease in the world is h.i.v, aids.
I believe it was bully beef
Ferrets do not carry any diseases, but they are subject to be infected with various illnesses from humans, cats, dogs, minks, etc, mostly viruses which are always evolving and changing, which means there are too many variables to say how many diseases are in this world. If I placed a number on diseases, tomorrow that number would be subject to change
Rats carried many diseases but one of the most tragic diseases was the plague, also known as the "Black Death". Rats also caused Vile's disease which affected in the men in the trenches.
they fought in the trenches ww1 was known as a war in the trenches
The common cold, gasteroenteritis, strep throat, pink eye, and fifth disease are the most common communicable diseases.
Health and diseases in the trenches during World War I was a major concern. Men killed in battle were often buried close to the surface and would reappear in time. Rat infestations occurred, leading to the rats feeding on live soldiers as they slept. Lice and influenza were major problems for those living in the trenches.
Trench foot youn foot grows to 2-3 times it's normall size (in swelling)
Trench foot. Shell shock. Dysentery. Diseases. Lack of sanitation. rats.
the countries had dug trenches (a long narrow ditch) to avoid enemy fire however most people who was involved in the war had not died from each but died from diseases, the trenches were horrible rats lived there and many people died there. world war 1 was the worst war.
The soldiers built the trenches.
Fighting in World War I would have been very dirty, bloody, and brutal. It would have been common to have few rations, and to be terrified constantly of being shot, gassed, or blown up. Furthermore, diseases and illnesses, like trenchfoot, were a very serious problem.