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European Warfare in the First World War
<Tab/>The First World War was truly a horrific experience it marked a watershed in the nature of European Warfare. As tensions rose and quickly exploded countries were forced to "dig in", invent or improve armaments, and to seek out an Air Force. Proving to many that this "Great War" definitely would not have a quick ending as at first expected.
<Tab/>The dark and lonely life of trench warfare, used for the first time in WW1, shone a light on what was to become the new European warfare. Very early into the war German troops were ordered to "dig in", in orde…
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