what was the weather like in World War 1 ?
The rain caused trenches to flood, sometimes waist high. People found it hard to be dragged through because the trenches were thick in mud and sleet. They were slime and waterlogged trenches. It would snow deeply, the rain would wash it away and sleet would form and this was a continuous cycle.
Sorry if this doesn't make much sense, it is just my notes.
The weather in WWI WAS much the same as weather at most other recent times.
The conditions at Gallipoli were really bad in the hot weather their were lot's of fly's and when it's winter it's freazing cold. Well the conditions were really bad not as like now.
Trenches on the front line in World War I were hastily built. They were very unhygienic and offered little or no protection from the extreme weather conditions.
Failed due to severe weather conditions
They weren't great. :/
Like being in hell. There are NO good conditions in a war, it's all bad, all stupid and vulgar
wet rainy stormy
pretty good actually. after the war, not so much.
absoloutly dreadly there would of been rats everywhere.
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Supplies of living conditions
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.
trenches, shooting at each other, really bad conditions in the trenches.
Very cold, It snowed alot.
The conditions were disgusting, with diseases like foot rot, trench rats, gangreen, and others.
It was in the summer of July 1914 so i presume the weather would of been quite warm and sticky.
that my friend is a good question i wish i knew the answer
In the southeast parts of Asia with Australia
they were really crowded from all the wounded, and died coming in