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    the poems, “Suicide in the Trenches” by Siegfried Sassoon, “Dulce et Decorum Est” by Wilfred Owens, and “Blessed Are” by Charles Peguy all capture the horrors and distress caused by World War 1. When it came time to enlist in the war, young men were ecstatic about becoming heroes by the act of serving their country. Although, in reality these men did not know the consequences that came with their life changing decision to go into combat. Sassoon’s “Suicide in the Trenches” exposes the psychological

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    Life In Trenches

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    was life in the trenches like? This is a question you might ask yourself after learning more about WW1 and its exploits. Soldiers did not have an easy life to live in the trenches and everyday just grew harder. Trenches are basically long narrow ditches that were dug by soldiers for shelter from enemy fire. Back in WW1, the trenches became a place where soldiers would live and sleep with poor living conditions. The way the trenches in WW1 were set up was with the German trenches on one side and

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    Life In The Trenches

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    The taro of being in the trenches in WWI was devastating for the men that were living in these holes. In the trenches themselves were bad. They had desies, filthy blood, vomit, and rodents with these desies and especially muddy. More men died from them deseis that were carried by rodents, especially rates and big mice than from the battles. The battle was bad and the toll of dead was close, but the trenches to a few more than battle. The trenches were a scare place even when they weird about attacks

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    For this, each side would dig trenches and soldiers would stay in there for months on end. Every country had their own techniques that they liked and preferred to use. Due to this, battles were extremely deadly as one never knew what was going to happen that the other side had planned

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    Suicide in the Trenches War, a slaughter of mankind that has gone on for hundreds and thousands of years. One of the most gruesome wars was WW1 which lasted for 4 years from 28 July 1914 – 11 November 1918. In this devastating war, the total number of casualties includes about 11 million military personnel and about 7 million civilians. Many of those soldiers were young men. The poem “Suicide in the trenches” written by Siegfried Sassoon describes the harsh experiences in the trenches and how many

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    Trenches In Ww1 Essay

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    began to dig into the ground creating cover. Over the months the trenches grew & evolved to hold barracks & equipment. Within a few months trenches were equipped with all essentials to ensure there was no need to leave them unnecessarily. Trenches were first dug by hand but soon soldiers would be equipped with shovels to increase productivity. Trenches were also mainly built at night to avoid detection by enemy troops. “Trenches were relatively new for soldiers arriving on the front & were worse

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    countries allies to attack them. During this period of time people were miserable because most of their farmland was destroyed due to the war, but it was even worse for the soldiers because the war grounds were dangerous and the only safe places were the trenches. There more, WWI was one of the deadliest wars in the world, because it had many fatalities and was full of deadly weapons. The most deadliest parts of the war were fought in the Italian border and the alps which resulted in many casualties due to

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    City Trenches Summary

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    In City Trenches, Ira Katznelson argues that the working class in American cities developed two distinct spheres of political life: one professional and one personal. This distinction was a consequence of the emergence of a capitalism economy. Instead of professional political solidarity, the working class mobilized in their individual ethnic communities. Katznelson uses the Washington Heights and Inwood neighborhoods of northern Manhattan to explain the ethnic politics phenomena. In Washington Heights

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    Suicide In The Trenches In my analysis, I will demonstrate how Siegfred Sassoon has used many different language techniques to show his perspective on the true meaning of war. For example, the poet has used simplistic diction that creates an image of the destruction of a “simple soldier boy”. At first we see him whistling, this then degrades to depression which lead him to committing suicide. Siegfred Sassoon concludes his poem with anger and a powerful message. “Sneak home and pray you’ll

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    Uses Of Trenches In WWI

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    Uses Of Trenches In WWI Although some people might say that world war 1 was won only by man power it was real won with the great use of trenches. The front line trench covered soldiers from enemy fire. The support trench provided a security for the front line trench. Reserve trench supported the trench with artillery fire, and other utilities. The trenches were the main place that the war took place. The trenches provided cover and shelter for the soldiers. According to the British Library the

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