Trench warfare in WW1

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History

 

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Kimbery D

 

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September 14, 2013

 

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University

 

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Many soldiers died by consequence of a precisely aimed sniper's bullet. Soldiers always had to be awake and alert, they couldn't go to help their friends in no mans land. They had to let them die. Private Ralph E. John states, "There were so many dead around us, that the smell was almost unbearable. Some started digging graves for these men, and whenever they would stand up in sight, the Germans would open up on then in full blast...
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Some started digging graves for these men, and whenever they would stand up in sight, the Germans would open up on then in full blast." If they were shot in the stomach they could scream and suffer for days, before they would finally die. The soldiers in the front line trenches often stayed there for at least 10 days at a time, usually with very little sleep...
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