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What would soldiers fear in WWI?

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Apart from the horrors of war itself (the term "shell shock" was first popularized for what we would now call "post-traumatic stress disorder"): individuals could only escape mustard gas by putting on gas masks. read more

Much the same as every soldier has ever feared in every war. Specifically, artillery and gas were the greatest fear on the Western Front. Snipers became a growing fear as the war progressed and the skills and usage grew. read more

The front line did not even seem to move, while millions of soldiers were dying in trenches in horrible conditions, no mattered whether they were French, German or British. It was extremely cold, always raining and always surrounded by mud, rats and death. read more

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