Barbed wire was used to protect the trenches.
Trenches used in WW1
They were used for blasting people out of trenches.
Not sure which 'first' used trenches. But the Australian and New Zealand soliders commonly used trenches during the Gallipoli campaign.
WW2 was NOT fought in trenches, that was more characteristic of WW1.WW2 was NOT fought in trenches, that was more characteristic of WW1.
the trenches were built in ww1 to protect soldiers from enemy mortars and shells
Basically, to shelter troops from enemy attack.
There were electric light in German trenches in WW1 because they were more advanced and had better trenches than the British.
To keep the soldiers feet out of the mud and water in the trenches.
They shot at them, used barbed Wires and lines.
Both sides of the war, the Allies and the Central Powers, on the borders of Belgium, France, Germany and Switzerland
they fought in the trenches ww1 was known as a war in the trenches
Chlorine, mustard gas and tear gas.
fighting in trenches
they were bad.... they smelled....
Used for protection in war to sleep and they used the bathroom in there. They were filthy filled with a whole bunch of rats and deseases.
It was used as a weapon during WW1. The gas was packed into artillery shells and shot into the enemy trenches.
Chlorine gas was used to drive enemy men out of their trenches in order to make it easier to take the enemy trenches. Even now, it is used to soften up enemy positions.
a line of German trenches were called "the Western Front".
Although trenches continued to be dug and used in successive wars, trench warfare as seen in WW1 has not been repeated since November 11, 1918.