Into The Trench

By Erica Love

Trench Warfare

The first major trench lines were completed in late November 1914. At their peak, the trenches built by both sides extended nearly 400 miles from Nieuport, on the Belgian coast, to the Swiss border. Among the Allies, the Belgians occupied 40 miles, the British occupied 90 miles and the French occupied the rest. Experts calculate that along the western front, the Allies and Central Powers dug nearly 6,2500 miles of trenches by the end of 1914. many soldiers risked theirs lives and died fight in trench warfare

Are You For The Trench

Trench ware fares battle field wasn't the only problem of the war. Many people who lived in the trenches died from diseases. Doctors were not available and one a diseases was caught is would spread straight through the trenches.
Hard and Muddy Times I THE TRENCH WARFARE
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Into The Trench

The trench was a filthy place for the soldiers to live. once you got sick it was a very slim chance that you would get better. scabies, lice, and the flu swept through the trenches killing soldiers and wiping out whole sections of soldiers
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Conditions in Trenches - Dan Snow's Battle of the Somme
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