This STARS AND STRIPES article serves as an eyewitness account of trench life among the American Doughboys during the Winter of 1918:
"Mr. Junius B. Wood, correspondent of the CHICAGO DAILY NEWS with the A.E.F. recently spent a week in the sector held by the American Army Northwest of Toul. He lived the life of a Doughboy, slept a little and saw a lot. He spent his days in and near the front line and some of his nights in No Man's Land. Here is the second and concluding installment of his story, depicting life at the front as it actually is..."
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...
Click here to read an article about the German veterans of W.W. I.