Trench Warfare in WW1
World War I brought with it a style of warfare so barbarous that it ultimately benefited no one, yet scarred those involved for life. This scarring is quite evident from accounts of those present during the war, when trenches were the supreme defense. Trench warfare had many deficiencies and it shows in that many soldiers never healed from the mental wounds inflicted by those dreaded sights. Many of the men felt it was their duty to exclaim to the public about the wrongs committed on that infamous Western Front. Exclaim they did, through the implementation of journals, the b…
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