What is the area between the front lines of the opposing sides?
What links the front line and support trenches?
A break in the barbed wire to allow soldiers out into no man's land is called:
How deep was a typical trench during WWI?
Which of the following describes the "sapping" method of constructing trenches?
What pest lived among the soldiers in the trenches and caused the disease known as trench fever?
"Your feet swell to two or three times their normal size and go completely dead. You could stick a bayonet into them and not feel a thing. ... It is then that the intolerable, indescribable agony begins. I have heard men cry and even scream with the pain and many had to have their feet and legs amputated."
The quote above most likely is referencing:
Classifying the western front during WWI as a "war of attrition" means that:
What technological advance allowed some progress in advancing ground into enemy territory?
To confine a blast from an exploding shell to only a small part of the trench, they were constructed:
Why were German trenches generally better built than French and British trenches?