the battle of somme

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History

 

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Ronald C

 

Date added:

March 9, 2014

 

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University

 

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A

 

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6 / 1606

 

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However, due to poor weather, the forty-eight hour period was stretched to seven days of heavy shelling. The idea was to wipe out the German barbed wire and the majority of men. The Germans overheard a radio conversation and discovered the British plan. They dug deep trenches and practiced on setting up their machine guns quickly...
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They dug deep trenches and practiced on setting up their machine guns quickly. They were ready for anything the British and French could throw at them. In truth, a third of the shells failed to explode and the few that did, hit ?no man's land' or the unused trenches. After seven days of complete bombardment, the majority of the six foot high barbed wire was still standing and in good condition...
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