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This World War I letter makes for an interesting read and it will give you a clear picture as to what the war must have been like once both sides had resigned themselves to trench warfare. The letter was dated October 8, 1914 and the British officer who composed it makes clear his understanding that no modern war had ever been fought in this queer manner before.

We also have a first-hand account explaining what it was like to be on the receiving end of a World War I German trench raid, click here to read it...

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Living the Trench War (New York Times, 1915)

Living the Trench War (New York Times, 1915)

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