What Was the Purpose of Trench Warfare?

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Trench warfare is a defensive tactic. Trenches are dug in strategic positions and are meant to make the enemy expose themselves while soldiers can hide in the trench with only a small part of their body exposed.
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Trench warfare was a tactic soldiers used in the Civil War to avoid enemy fire. The soldiers dug trenches where they basically live, making beds out of the walls and latrines in the
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The significance of Trench Warfare is that it created a "stalemate" between the Triple Entente (France/Britain/Russia) and the Triple Alliance (Germany/Austria-Hungary/Italy
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Your question has many answers. Trench warfare began when the two armies met one another over a wide territory and fought one another to a standstill. Then both sides dug trenches
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to disrupt efficient airbase mission operations
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