How Deep and Wide Were the Trenches on the Western Front?


The trenches used in the Western Front were about 7 feet deep and 6 feet wide. The rear of the trench was made up of thick sand bags that were used to absorb shell pieces and bullets. The trenches ran for 700 kilometres and were dug in a zigzag manner.
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