24hr Trench: A Day in the Life of a Frontline Tommy by Andrew Robertshaw
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Overview: During the Great War millions of men were consigned to a life of ‘mud, blood and bullets’, eking out their daily existence in a line of trenches that stretched across the Western Front.
These earth dug-outs were their kitchens, their bathrooms and their bedrooms. Days were often a boring routine, peppered with artillery fire and action.
It is almost impossible for us to really understand what it was like to live in such a confined space everyday with the constant terror of enemy bombardment and attack.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History