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When the war broke out in 1914, the attitude of soldiers towards the war was that it will be a short and fun experience. After grasping the reality of the war, the attitude of soldiers soon began to change. the soldiers began to realize that they are all being sacrificed in a futile attempt. The heavy casulties, the terrible living conditions of the trenches and the war taking alot longer than what they have been promised were all factors that led to the changing attitude of soldiers towards the war as they realized that war was not a glorious adventure but rather the work of the devil.

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Q: What was the attitude of the soldiers in the trenches in World War 1?
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