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WWI, Jan 1916. French soldiers in a trench , Alsace. -Getty
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French soldier in a watery trench.
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The human spirit is amazing.

French soldier in a watery trench.

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World War I, French soldiers searching in the ruins of a town in France, ca. 1918
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World War I, French soldiers searching in the ruins of a town in France, ca. 1918

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Trench warfare - An individual unit's time in the front-line trench was usually brief; from as little as one day to as much as two weeks at a time before being relieved, a duration was a rare exception. On an individual level, a typical British soldier's year could be divided as follows: 15% front line, 10% support line, 30% reserve line, 20% rest, 25% other (hospital, travelling, leave, training courses, etc.)
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Those French boots tho

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Trench warfare - An individual unit's time in the front-line trench was usually…

Trench warfare - An individual unit's time in the front-line trench was usually brief; from as little as one day to as much as two weeks at a time before being relieved, a duration was a rare exception. On an individual level, a typical British soldier's year could be divided as follows: 15% front line, 10% support line, 30% reserve line, 20% rest, 25% other (hospital, travelling, leave, training courses, etc.)

Trench warfare - An individual unit's time in the front-line trench was usually brief; from as little as one day to as much as two weeks at a time before being relieved, a duration was a rare exception. On an individual level, a typical British soldier's year could be divided as follows: 15% front line, 10% support line, 30% reserve line, 20% rest, 25% other (hospital, travelling, leave, training courses, etc.)
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Three (French) soldiers and their pet mascot war dog, WWI
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May 1916 - Exhausted French soldier at Verdun. Via 20/20 Hindsight (@prchovanec_hist) | Twitter
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May 1916 - Exhausted French soldier at Verdun. Via 20/20 Hindsight (@prchovanec_hist) | Twitter

May 1916 - Exhausted French soldier at Verdun. Via 20/20 Hindsight (@prchovanec_hist) | Twitter

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