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Craters on the moon are not volcanic, they are impact craters.
The large indentation on the surface of the moon areÊcalled craters. It is a circular depression in the surface of the moon and other solid body in the solar system.Ê
they are called craters.
you look at the craters and if one is under another it is older and the one on top is newer.
It is mostly in the form of water ice in sheltered parts of craters.
depends on shell, but between 2 to 5 ft
A barren expanse of mud-pockmarked land which she'll craters and filled with barbed wire
Soldiers in WW1 were shell-shocked because of the horrors of war that they saw in which their brains never truly recovered from
In private colonial homes
Because it kills a lot of soldiers.
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Because the deep trenches protected them from bullets and shell fragments that were fired at the soldiers and so that the soldiers could be be seen (as targets).
In ww1, soldiers were shot at dawn for suffering from shell shock and for desertion. They shot these soldiers so that other soldiers weren't encouraged to be a coward.
trench foot and shell shock