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WW1 French Trench
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Attached on the right is a collection of French phrases and military vocabulary terms uttered in the combat zones of W.W. I. Translated expressions include the standard commands as well as such bon mots as "shell the fort", "the walls are shattered", "the place is evacuated" and for all those World War Two re-enactors, "Retreat!".

Additional pages in this English/French phrase book are available upon request.

More articles about W.W. I trench warfare can be read here.

Look at these photos of a recently excavated German trench - by THE DAILY MAIL...


Trench French  (Soldier's French Course, 1916)

Trench French  (Soldier's French Course, 1916)

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