WW1: All Quiet On The Western Front

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28/8/1914 I’ve been here for a month know and I can barely cope with the size of these trenches I the Frontline trenches are about seven feet deep and six feet wide. and there always crowded but I don’t complain. Everyone here is nice but there’s a lot of problems like the extremely poor weather conditions like heavy rain and wind now there’s huge amounts of high density mud. These conditions negatively affected the strategies that both armies were planning. These muddy conditions meant that advancement was very slow with soldiers sometimes taking over 3 hours to travel 100 metres! we, when 'going over the top', not only face machine gun fire whilst running towards enemy trenches but had to run through this mud, often getting stuck or going
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