it was horable, there was a lot of mud and rats. dead bodies were beried in "no mans land" at the start of the war but it got to dandures so they staoed, they then decided to leave them or put them into the wall to help it keep its position. often the trenches would fill up with water to ancle height and turn the mud into slush. this gave the soldiors "trench foot."
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Well life in the trenches was full of mud,rats and diseases. So basically the soldiers' life was very terrible.
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.
World War 2 was a mobile war. There few trenches that lasted more than a few months.
Life was hard mainly in the trenches, many soldiers got trench foot.
it as better than world war 1
Hell in knee high mud.
For the soldiers life in the trenches was really tough. The soldiers shared there beds with mice and rats. Also it was not only summer whilst in the trenches it was also winter meaning frequent rain. This made the soldiers lives umbearable and gave them trench foot. Type that into the internet and you will see how horrific life for the soldiers realy was.
Soldiers only spend a small amount of time in the trenches do to the conditions. Trenches were deep narrow holes that where the soldiers ate, slept and in some cases died. During rainy times the trenches filled with water and could lead to infections.
The Trenches were grotty , digusting and they had no room
Life in the trenches in World War I was miserable, dangerous, and boring.Life in the trenches was bad, but it was better than life outside of the trenches. Of the course of the war, both sides lost hundreds of thousands of men in gain control of the others' trench. Given that the area between the trenches was covered in barbed wire, mines, machine guns, and snipers, it is little wonder that so many died. As bad as life in the trenches could be, it was to be much more preferred to almost certain death in No Man's Land.
they were disgusting. mud rained and disease was a killer. over 200,000 men died but most were claimed by disease. this is just a brief summary, a more detailed account can be found on wiki answers for "what was life like in ww1 trenches"
the soldiers dug the trenches them selves so they just looked like fields.
The trenches of WW I were unpleasant at any time of year; at Christmas they were cold and snowy, in addition to their usual unpleasant features. Trench warfare could accurately be described as a prolonged nightmare.
life in the trenches was horrible.They could just eat dirty food.They slept in uncomfortable places.Without showers, just a river.Dirty water for drink.And you can die.
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.
they looked like holes
like a mud pit
not very nice :(