• anonymous
During World War I, the zigzag pattern of trenches on the front lines was designed to A.provide a place from which to fire on the enemy. soldiers with a place to store weapons. C.protect troops from enemy fire. D.shield machine guns from enemy attack
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  • Photon336
@taylorholbrook8 trenches were dug in a zigzag pattern so that if an enemy entered the trench, he could fire straight down the line. I would say to protect troops from enemy fire.
  • Photon336
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