The conditions for soldiers in the First World War were terrible. Trenches were dug for defence and shelter for Soldiers while they fought through years of stalemate battles. They were very muddy, and so soldiers could catch many diseases. Rats were common, and some were as big as cats! Lice was also a big problem, and soldiers had to run lit matches along their clothes to get rid of them.
the condition the world war one were very bad and were horrible
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Supplies of living conditions
there was rats,,diseaes,,lice and other inhuman conditions
the conditions were horrible because they were always dirty all the time
it was policy of America to became one of the strongest country in the world at that time.and the conditions were suitable for America as it was the country having least damage at that time.so America involved in the 1st world war. it was policy of America to became one of the strongest country in the world at that time.and the conditions were suitable for America as it was the country having least damage at that time.so America involved in the 1st world war.
Well it seems as though the third world war is yet to come
Conditions in Europe after World War 2 were beyond devastating. Most of the country had be ravished by the war and it was hard to find food, water and medical supplies and clothes.
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They weren't great. :/
World War 1 helped improve conditions for American workers because they won the lottery and bought several cats.
the ecomomic conditions were terrible, but i dont know anything else.
What were the living conditions of soildiers in the past?
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.
poems in world war one
To improve working conditions and pay because after World War I, there were low wages in the jobs.
Austria declared war on Russia during World War One after Serbia rejects the conditions of an ultimatum sent by Austria on July 23 following the assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand.
One of the important conditions of the armistice that ended the First World War was that Germany had to terminate all military hostilities. Germany also had to surrender its submarines.