Trench Warfare

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Trench Warfare Trench Warfare Disasters and Diseases http://www.firstworldwar.com/features/trenc hlife.htm
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Sleeping where? Sleeping where? How to build them
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More ways to build  More ways to build  from a French hand  from a French hand  book. book.
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Soldiers fought from within  the trenches It was usually tight quarters
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Trenches were used by both the Allies  Trenches were used by both the Allies  and the Central Powers and the Central Powers An aerial photograph of the  trenches First line of defense
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In the trenches In the trenches Not all trenches were deep. Many nations fought  together
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Fighting Fighting Sometimes an easy target
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Dangers of Trench life Dangers of Trench life
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Trenchfoot Trenchfoot From having wet feet  most of the time and  nowhere to dry them out
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Dead bodies…. Dead bodies…. Left to rot in the trenches  because of the machine  gun fire that kept the  soldiers in the trenches An easy food source for  rats and a place to breed  disease
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Bring rats Bring rats
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Soldiers of all nations  hunted the rats–  sometimes rations were  short and meat was added  to their diet
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Christmas truce Christmas truce
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Poison Gas Poison Gas A new weapon, hard to combat.  Different gas  mask styles were created by different countries.  None were 100% effective.
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Belgian Uniforms and  masks Australian Gas mask
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Japanese gas mask U. S. gas mask
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Gas Training Gas Training
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Poetry and Literature of  Poetry and Literature of  World War I World War I Extra Credit is available
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course HIST 202 taught by Professor Nokes during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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