WW1 notes based on yr12 N.S.W syllabus.
Nature of Trench Warfare
Just for the cold winter of 1914
The G trenches were more sophisticated and officers lived in better conditions - the G saw the possibility of the trench system of fighting possibly becoming more permanent
*Were 4 feet deep with a built - up wall of sandbags to form a parapet at the front and a parado at the back. This added extra height, support for the trenches, and excess mud and dirt to be placed.
*Along the sides of trenches there were holes known as dugouts, there were created to allow space for soldiers to…
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