The latrines was the name given to trench toilets. They were usually pits, 4 ft. to 5 ft. deep, dug at the end of a short sap. Each company had two sanitary personnel whose job it was to keep the latrines in good condition. In many units, officers gave out sanitary duty as a punishment for breaking army regulations. Before a change-over in the trenches, the out-going unit was supposed to fill in its latrines and dig a new one for the new arrivals.
World War 2 was a mobile war. There few trenches that lasted more than a few months.
they were horrible
trenches, shooting at each other, really bad conditions in the trenches.
Deplorable sanitation conditions in the trenches led to outbreaks of disease. Trench Foot was pandemic, and morale was low.
I believe that the trenches wouldn't have been much better than they were in world war 1. If they were better, they would have been more like the ones the Germans had in world war 1.
The trenches were ditches with barbed wire on the enemy side. They were often wet.
they fought in the trenches ww1 was known as a war in the trenches
it as better than world war 1
there really wasnt trnch warfare in world war 2
Trench foot. Shell shock. Dysentery. Diseases. Lack of sanitation. rats.
The trenches in World War I were miserable places where disease, lice, and hunger usually roamed.
they were red and discusting
because there is poalo in there
they were loads of fights in the world war 2 but the trenches saved a few of them if you would like any more help go to www.Trench Story.com
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.
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 melting tae or tobol will melt like lava
The Trenches were grotty , digusting and they had no room
Being in the trenches of World War I would have been a truly harrowing experience. The threat of death was constant in the trenches, and disease and vermin were rampant.
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.