World War I From Both Trenches.
After the industrial revolution, all facets of life were permanently altered. Not the least of these changes was warfare. Battles in the twentieth century were to be won with increasingly larger and more deadly armaments such as tanks, dreadnaughts and machine guns. Consequently, the ordinary combat soldier was faced with much more deadly and efficient dangers in the field despite the fact that humans cannot be made more impervious or brave no matter how much technology had advanced. This might not have been an issue if there had been no wars to fight, but by 1914 several European powe…
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