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    World War I occurred in the years 1914-1918. The following countries were involved in Trench Warfare; Britain‚ France‚ and Germany. Trench warfare was a common form of battle on the Western Front during World War 1. Trench warfare is a military operation in which the soldiers fight from protected ditches. At the beginning of August 1914‚ soldiers had a positive attitude going off to war. They thought they were going to have a fun adventure. However‚ everything did not go as they planned. There

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    Trench warfare speech I’m here today to talk to you about the techniques and conditions of trench warfare in World War 1. Trench warfare was a living environment for troops fighting in World War 1. Conditions in trenches were harsh‚ unsanitary and extremely dangerous‚ Trenches were always under threat of attack from bombs or other weapons‚ and there were also many threats to health that developed into big problems for doctors. Apart from the unstoppable cold during the winters in France‚ trenches

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    Dddddd Ddddddd World history 9 February 2014 World War 1: Trench Warfare World war 1 was the extremely bloody war that swallows up the Europe from 1914-1919. “In late June 1914‚ Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria was assassinated by a Serbian nationalist in Sarajevo‚ Bosnia that was one of the reason‚ which rose the tension between Austria and Serbia” (modern world history 410). But the three main reasons‚ which lead to World War 1‚ were: rise of nationalism‚ imperialism and militarism. According

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    Imagine yourself in a muddy trench‚ being about eight to ten feet deep down. There are enemies firing guns overhead up top of the trench flying over it and the stench in the trench is horrible. There are many bodies piled around that have died and sometimes giant rats would walk about. Disease runs rampant and many people die due to the hard conditions. That’s a small part of what it was probably like to be fighting in the trenches back in World War One. Trench warfare was one of the biggest parts

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    Trench Warfare and The Evolving Technology of WWI World War One is overshadowed by its similarly named successor World War Two but it is because of World War One’s major technological advancements that changed warfare into what it is today. World War One resulted in over thirtyeight million casualties because of new technology being used in the war like the long range kills of the artillery‚ the ability of literally mowing down forces with the machine gun along with other advancements‚ and the true

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    The purpose of the trench warfare was so that defending units could be protected by small arms fire and provide sheltered against artillery. This shows they would protect as much land from the enemy. Trench warfare was very important in WW1 this is because when the Germans realized that they were going to lose due to Russia and France they dug in and tried not to let the enemy take any of their land back so that their country would grow bigger and stronger. I will be answering the question about

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    World War 1 Trench Warfare The Western Front during World War 1 stretched from the North Sea to the Swiss Frontier with France. Both sides dug themselves in ending any possible chance of a quick war; this caused a stalemate‚ which was to last for most of the war. Over 200‚000 men died in the trenches of WW1‚ most of who died in battle‚ but many died from disease and infections brought on by the unsanitary conditions. The Great War lasted from 1914-1918 simply because of the fighting in the trenches

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    Please include at least three examples of new technologies in your answer. New technology in WWI made soldiers have to invent new forms of deffience which included trench warfare. Soldiers would hide in trenches and firer at enemys. People who went in the middle would face lots of fire and risk. New technology like the tank made warfare more dangerous as well. Submarines were also invented and were used by germany to sink passing vessels. Another form of technolgy included newer guns that were faster

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    2. Introduction Trench warfare played a major role in the outcome of world war one (WW1). Millions of soldiers died due to this method of fighting and many more were wounded. Since then they have not been used in wars dues to their ineffectiveness against modern technology such as planes‚ helicopters and nuclear weapons. 3. The Trenches and why they were Employed Trenches are ditches in which soldiers can fight. The trenches in WW1 were built about two – three metres deep and measured two metres

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    World War One was a horrific event. The number of known dead has been placed at about 10‚000‚000 men. The main method of combat during the first world war a.k.a. the Great World War‚ was trench warfare. Trench warfare was one of the main reasons so many men died. It was a ruthless system of warfare‚ in which lines and lines of men were repeatedly mowed down‚ one after the other. Life in the trenches‚ on the daily‚ was filled with horror‚ and death. Death was a constant companion to those serving

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