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This is a diagram of the trench warfare. It shows what every column is. There it shows the No Mans land and how long it is. It also shows how it looked like on the side.

This is a diagram of the trench warfare. It shows what every column is. There it shows the No Mans land and how long it is. It also shows how it looked like on the side.

Over a 1000 pipers died during WWI. These extraordinary men were sitting ducks as they went over the top to pipe their men into battle.    One of 10 Telling Images from WW1: http://www.britishpathe.com/gallery/ww1-telling-images

Over a 1000 pipers died during WWI. These extraordinary men were sitting ducks as they went over the top to pipe their men into battle. One of 10 Telling Images from WW1: http://www.britishpathe.com/gallery/ww1-telling-images

This is how barbed wire looked during world war 1

This is how barbed wire looked during world war 1

World War I: Barbed Wire Photographic Print at Art.com

World War I: Barbed Wire

Barbed wire was not used to gather cattle during World War One, but to slow down the attacking of the opposite army.

Barbed wire was not used to gather cattle during World War One, but to slow down the attacking of the opposite army.

Gallipoli 1915, British soldiers making bombs from empty jam tins, filled with scraps of metal, barbed wire and shell fragments, circa 1915. They were first used on 4 June 1915 before the Third Battle of Krithia.

Gallipoli 1915, British soldiers making bombs from empty jam tins, filled with scraps of metal, barbed wire and shell fragments, circa 1915. They were first used on 4 June 1915 before the Third Battle of Krithia.

Trench in the snow in Alsace, 1915-1916. Barbed wire is often under-rated as a tool of defensive warfare, especially in the First World War. It was another technical innovation of the fifty years preceding the outbreak of the Great War.

Trench in the snow in Alsace, 1915-1916. Barbed wire is often under-rated as a tool of defensive warfare, especially in the First World War. It was another technical innovation of the fifty years preceding the outbreak of the Great War.

French lookouts posted in a barbed-wire-covered trench. The use of barbed wire…

French lookouts posted in a barbed-wire-covered trench. The use of barbed wire…

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