Trench Warfare in World War I Was a Smarter Strategy Than You Realize

http://io9.com/trench-warfare-in-world-war-i-was-a-smarter-strategy-th-1637657733

And this article ties in nicely with my Great War Great Read reading project.

Posted from WordPress for Android via my Samsung smartphone. Please excuse any misspellings. Ciao, Jon

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One Response to Trench Warfare in World War I Was a Smarter Strategy Than You Realize

  1. andreart2013 says:

    A lot of the WWI trench strategy was tried–with varying success–during the American Civil War siege of Richmond and Petersburg. Of course, the machine gun was a big game changer in the intervening fifty years.

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