What rifles did ww1 soldiers use?
the Germans used Mausers
the Americans used springfields
the brits used lee-enfields
i think the Russians used moisin-nagans, but im not that sure
Because they worked, were within the limits of technology to make, economy to afford, and soldiers could be trained to use them.
ALL nations that were involved in WW I used rifles. While the most common use was by Infantrymen, soldiers in all branches of the military would have reason to use rifles- whether they were artillery, Armor, Cavalry, or Supply personnel. Rifles (and handguns) were even used by pilots.
The GEW 98 Mauser, in 8mm caliber. See link below.
tanks, planes, rifles, machine guns
yes they did
There was a menagerie of soldiers in the trenches of WW1.
2,050,897 German soldiers died in ww1
they used my dick coz its so big
Russiaentered the first world war with the largest army in the world, standing at 1,400,000 soldiers; when fully mobilized the Russian army expanded to over 5,000,000 soldiers (though at the outset of war Russia could not arm all its soldiers, having a supply of 4.6 million rifles).
In the WW1, also known as The Great War there were no vaccines or proper medical care given to the soldiers.
they used rifles and big cannons
rifles and machine guns
Mauser and Springfiled are two.
the Confederate infintary mostly used fayetville rifles, and even civilian rifles such as shotguns and hunting rifles. IMPROVEMENT After the early stage of war, Confederate infantry were increasingly equipped with British Enfield rifles.
Answer You just did. Answer Some soldiers were excused morning service during WW1 as they were atheists.
Around 6-7 million british soldiers fought in WW1 xx
Machine guns,rifles,and pistols(more too!)
muskets IMPROVEMENT Sabres, revolvers, repeating rifles.
how many soldiers survived ww1
what does soldiers eat in ww1
Because soldiers fled from battles
They used sub machine guns, sniper rifles, rifles, pistols, anti tank weapons, and machine rifles. Examples: The Thompson, BAR (Browning Automatic Rifle), M1A1 Carbine, etc....
when the ww1 ended and if they were very hurt
yes there is about 4 soldiers in Canada.
Well there were many soldiers used in the WW1 but the main ones are volunteers, these are people who volunteer to go for the war, there are conscripts who are soldiers that were meant to be going into the war and lastly there were boy soldiers how were soldiers that younger that the actual age to be a soldier.
Most of the gas masks used by soldiers in WW1 were useless. They did not prevent the men from breathing in the harmful gas.
Remembrance Day started to remember the soldiers who died in WW1. It is now for all soldiers who died in WW1 ,WW2 and Korea.
no they didn't
Over 91,000 soldiers died from gas poisoning during WW1. The link below provides a breakdown by country of how many of their soldiers died by gassing.
Soldiers in WW1 ate a variety of foods. They usually ate meat, fish, potatoes, vegetables, jam, and bread products.
Yes they contributed greatly to the union victory, while the union soldiers had access to repeating rifles the confederates did not which caused the subsequent decimation of the confederate soldiers at that engagment. Repeating rifles were not used during pickett's charge, only cavalry used repeating rifles. Confederate cavalry had repeating rifles.
who was the last surviving soldier from ww1 in nz? what year did he die
the trenches were built in ww1 to protect soldiers from enemy mortars and shells
About 50.000 soldiers, total about 250.000 soldiers
They were soldiers.
cause it was
yes they did.
Normal uniform like we see on soldiers today!
i honestly don't know ):
During World War I, soldiers on both sides faced a variety of dangers. The bullets of enemy rifles and machine guns were the primary danger. Yet, cannon-fire and the bullets and bombs of enemy air forces were also deadly, as were the gas-attacks that were occasionally launched. Then again, diseases and suffering due to exposure to cold or heat were other dangers experienced by the soldiers.
Almost all Civil War rifles were muzzle loaders.
MP-40s, Mauser Rifles, MG-42 heavy machine guns and luger handguns.
There were no female regular soldiers during WW1.
110,000 soldiers died in World War 1.
Suggested caffiene but was there a substance issued to front-line soldiers?
they were allowed to sleep when the other soldiers were down fireing?
The food fed to the soldiers in WWI was cooked meat.
soldiers loaded their guns and rifles, made sure they had their knife thingies at the end of the guns and that they were wearing correct uniform, waited for that dude with the hand gun to blow a whistle and signal for them to run out into the battlefields. basically that's how. BASICALLY :-) hope it helped xx.