they fought in the trenches ww1 was known as a war in the trenches
World War 1 was fought in trenches or deep slits in the ground.
Americans fought in trenches in several wars, but mostly in World War 1.
in world war 1 warfare was mainly fought in the trenches and in world war 2 there was alot of invasions and bombing.
WW1 was a global war. It was fought in the trenches in Europe, Gallipoli, various places in Africa, naval battles around the world, China etc.
Germany, Britian, France, Russia, USA.
they were both bloody wars and they both had a lot of countries envolved but the big difference is that war world 1 was mainly fought in trenches (trench warfare) and they only fought in Europe but in war world 2 they did not fight mainly in trenches and there were battles all over the world not just Europe and the war world 1 planes did not have covered cockpits and they had three winged and two winged aircraft and the world war two planes were single winged on both sides.
Well World War I was fought in the trenches and some under water. But in World War II we had improved bombs and aircraft the fight with. melissa
The soldiers built the trenches.
Yes they where, they fought on the same trenches, some times even in the same battallions.
world war 1 how did soldiers fight in trenches
Over 200,000 men died in the trenches of World War 1.
Marshal Ferdinand Foch was a very important French general in World War I. He was popular with soldiers that fought in the trenches.
The soldiers themselves dug out the trenches.
The Trenches were grotty , digusting and they had no room
A parados was the back wall of a trench and was used to provide cover for soldiers as they moved about and fought in their trenches.
World War 1 was not fought in Australia. It was fought mostly in Europe.
They used shovels and picks to dig out the trenches.
Yes, American land forces fought on the western front where trench warfare dominated.
the English dug out the trenches and fought in them to stop the German army from invading France they needed a way but the only way they could think off was the trenches.
WWI was fought to gain ground, thus the trenches; designed to hold taken ground. The high losses of troops caused attrition. Vietnam was NOT fought to gain ground, and is thusly termed a war of attrition.
The use of trenches in World War I, made war last longer then it could've been. Trenches were a hard obstacle to overcome and required much time that's why war lasted longer.
Wilfred Owen was an English soldier who fought in World War 1. During his service he was sent to the Craiglockhart War Hospital in Edinburgh to be treated for shell-shock. While there he presented his view of World War 1 through poems that starkly revealed life in the trenches in the midst of World War 1.