By Neil Heyman
What was once existence rather like for the normal soldier, sailor, airman, and civilian in the course of global warfare I? was once it assorted for the British, French, and americans than it was once for the Germans? This paintings brings to existence the army and civilian stories of normal humans on each side of the conflict. This narrative specializes in how males have been recruited and educated, the gear they used, what they ate, trench war as a life-style, and the phenomenon of strive against.
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Smith, Between Mutiny and Obedience: The Case of the French Fifth Infantry Division during World War I (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1994), 188, 226. 11. Hallas, Doughboy War, 183–84, 209. 3 Trench Life ORIGINS OF TRENCH WARFARE The trenches had their origins in the surprising turn the war took during its ﬁrst few months. They were the products of failure: the unsuccessful French assault on Lorraine, the unsuccessful German drive southward to the Marne, the unsuccessful race northward by Anglo-French and German forces to outﬂank the enemy between Paris and the North Sea.
Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2000), 19. 21. Coffman, War to End All Wars, 64; quoted in Hallas, Doughboy War, 22. 22. Albert M. Ettinger and A. : White Mane Publishing Company, 1992), 7. 2 Equipment and Rations All the countries involved in combat on the western front strained to provide arms, equipment, and food for their ﬁghting men. The expanded armies demanded extraordinary quantities of weapons. Moreover, the technical surprises of the war, including the stalemate on the battlefront, meant a search for new, more effective weapons.
The machine gun itself presented only a tiny target for enemy counterﬁre. British, French, and American troops all encountered the standard German machine gun, the MG 08. The German army employed some 72,000 of these deadly weapons on both the eastern and western front. The water-cooled MG 08 was fed by bullets held in a fabric belt and could ﬁre around 450 rounds per minute. Weighing about seventy 30 The Military World pounds, it had the disadvantage of being mounted on a heavy sledge, but lighter mounts were developed as the war proceeded.
Daily Life During World War I by Neil Heyman