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After the defeat of Germany most of the Allied resources were focused on Japan. Russia was threatening to join the invasion forces and it would have been a bloody end to the war if the Allies had actually been forced to invad Japan. The Emperor of Japan was pretty determined to control the islands of the Pacific. He and his military advisors hoped that defeat would only mean that Japan would have to pull back for a few years then they could attempt again to invade the islands of the Pacific. Japan had to be forced into surrender to prevent them from making another attempt. Initially, the Emperor refused to surrender in hopes of getting "more favorable" terms. The Allied forces did not want to deal with a Japanese invasion force again so the requirement was that Japan agree to unconditional surrender. The end of the war was strictly a matter of determining how the surrender would be resolved.
A deep cut into the ground deep enough to help protect solders. lined with barbed wire.
Machine gun nests and areas for men to post up and shoot.
Some were very intricate with secondary trenches and dug out rooms, others very narrow.
Full of dead and living solders, guns, Vermin (rats, mice, bugs)
typically also full of Mud (read about trench foot)
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Go to bed and stay there or if it does not help get vaccinated.
By digging a huge hole with a shovel. they left a huge space in the middle called no mans land
Fullers earth dust (diatomaceous earth) is a natural remedy. There are lots of insecticide powders.
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The telegram promised Germany would provide Mexico with financial and military support to recover Texas, New Mexico and Arizona from the United States, which had been lost during the Mexican-American War (1846-1848).
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(The figure you have above is the number of Americans killed in the Vietnam War (1961-1973).
Total WWI Americans killed was 117,465. And we were only in the war for just over 8 months.
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They did but at a cost for the British Army.
After Germany declared war on Russia to help Austria-Hungary (who was attacked by Russia after they attacked Serbia), France made clear their intent to stand by their ally (Russia, obviously), so Germany declared war on them, too, planning to take them out then go after Russia to prevent a two-front war. Unluckily for Germany, Russia prepared pretty quickly so Germany had to send troops to the Eastern Front as well and fight a two-front war.
Tank, airplane, machine gun, poison gas, submarine were all new weapons in WW 1. At the end of that war, soldiers were asked to name what they thought was the most devastating weapon of that war, and they almost unanimously said: The machine gun.
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There is a medal like this on eBay for about $25 (20 euro). I don't know if that's because of the condition, or because the seller has no idea what it's worth, or because that is what it's worth.
Britain enlisted six million men to war in World War 1. Of those, three quarters of a million were killed, leaving five and a quarter million surviving.
Soildiers did not have alot of sleep and only had 10 mintures
If by "solution for trench warfare", you mean a way to end trench warfare, then the invention and widescale use of tanks, bombers and the Blitzkrieg in WWII solved trench warfare.
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Just about anyone in the trenches during the first world war.