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World war one conditions?


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2012-02-22 19:33:17
2012-02-22 19:33:17

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.

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