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A New Kind of War Trench Warfare Poison Gas
TRENCH WARFARE a form of combat in which soldiers dug trenches, or deep ditches, to seek protection from enemy fire & to defend their positions
LIFE IN THE TRENCHES lived very close to other soldiers not much room
LIFE IN THE TRENCHES trenches could be miserable sometimes –rainstorms “trench foot” –sanitation –lice & rats
POISON GAS a new weapon used in the war different types –blind –choke –burn limited value –wind –gas masks
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