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  1. SnuggieLad
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    I am going to ask a few questions most of them will just require checking my answers. help if you can...dont give answers...give reasons...I am smart enough to draw my own conclusions.

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    yes i would agree with your answer but its been way too long to actually give a reason why. i just remember learning about the trench warfare and its affects

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    i would say try looking for a reason on a website that talks about trench warfare

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    I think it is A

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    Man this is tricky but i would say A or D

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    @snuggielad the answer to the first question is trench warfare, the explaination is because of how trench warfare is made,basically two sides dug ditches just large enough to crawl through. The area inbetween these trenches was called no mans land. there was barbwire, mines, and bullets. It was a sucidial notion to attempt to cross, so soldiers would stay put and fire thier weapons.

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