Conditions at the frontlines were destructive for soldiers in WW1 discuss
"Conditions at the front lines were destructive for the soldiers in WW1"
There is no question that conditions in the front lines in WW1 were destructive for the soldiers. WW1 took the greatest toll on human life of any war until that time.
I believe that the conditions in the front lines were particularly destructive and devastating to the men for many reasons. New techniques used in trench warfare and the relatively new kinds of weaponry being used, such as heavy artillery and poison gas contributed to a much higher death toll with little opportunity to bury the dead. This l…
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