Trench Warfare

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West of Ypres is very flat country. To the southwest of Ypres and west of Messines lie the Flemish Hills. There were many small groups of trees all over the country side which were thick. Small towns and villages spread along bush lines and roads which made it hard for gunmen to observe, but it was also perfect for infantry to defend...
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They are various small streams and rivers that run towards the south to southeast. Trench Warfare From 1914 until 1918, trench warfare had contributed to the stalemate on the western front. Both countries were constantly digging, positioning, re-positioning the trenches in hopes to gain that extra edge on the enemy...
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