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Mixing it up Title work | Laureen Wagener

Mixing it up Title work | Laureen Wagener

Christmas in the Trenches, 1914: in the midst of one of the most vile wars ever to occur, there is a Christmas Day to treasure. The Germans seemed to make the first move, delivering a chocolate cake to the British line on the evening of December 24th, accompanied by a note proposing a ceasefire so that the Germans could have a concert. The British accepted the proposal and offered tobacco as their present to the Germans.

Christmas in the Trenches, 1914: in the midst of one of the most vile wars ever to occur, there is a Christmas Day to treasure. The Germans seemed to make the first move, delivering a chocolate cake to the British line on the evening of December 24th, accompanied by a note proposing a ceasefire so that the Germans could have a concert. The British accepted the proposal and offered tobacco as their present to the Germans.

Gas, mud and horror: How German and Allied forces fought during the First World War

Gas, mud and horror: How German and Allied forces fought during the First World War

trench foot in WWI trench fever: http://hubpages.com/hub/Trench-Fever-in-World-War-1 (JRR Tolkien was discharged for trench fever - bet that where he got the idea of what it feels like to bear the weight of the ring)

trench foot in WWI trench fever: http://hubpages.com/hub/Trench-Fever-in-World-War-1 (JRR Tolkien was discharged for trench fever - bet that where he got the idea of what it feels like to bear the weight of the ring)

The accumulation of water in the bottom of the trenches caused many soldiers feet to start rotting, an infliction that got the name, trench foot.

The accumulation of water in the bottom of the trenches caused many soldiers feet to start rotting, an infliction that got the name, trench foot.

Many WWI soldiers suffered from this awful disease called trenchfoot. This was caused from staying in the wet and disgusting trenches and not being able to clean their feet.

Many WWI soldiers suffered from this awful disease called trenchfoot. This was caused from staying in the wet and disgusting trenches and not being able to clean their feet.