GCSE History - The British Sector of the Western Front

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Which trench was 80m behind the frontline trench?
Support Trench
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Which trench would attacks be made from?
Frontline Trench
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Which trench was 100 m behind the support trench and 180 meters behind the frontline trench?
Reserve Trench
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Which gas was used to kill enemies by suffocation first in World War 1?
Chlorine
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Which gas is odourless and causes internal and external blisters?
Mustard
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Which gas was faster acting than chlorine and had similar effects?
Phosgene
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What does RAMC stand for?
Royal Army Medical Corps
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What was the RAMC responsible for?
Medical Care
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What does FANY stand for?
First Aid Nursing Yeomanry
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What was an organisation which sent female volunteers to provide front line support?
FANY
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During WW1 the number of medical professionals ____.
Increased
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What was the first base in the 'Chain of Evacuation'?
Regimental Aid Posts
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What was the second base in the 'Chain of Evacuation'?
Dressing stations
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Trench foot was caused by...
standing in cold mud and water
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Which disease in the trenches, had flu-like symptoms with high temperature?
Trench fever
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Which type of trenches had kitchens and first aid stations?
Support trench
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Which type of trenches were used to transport men, equipment and food supplies?
Communication trenches
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Which trench would attacks be made from?

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Which gas was used to kill enemies by suffocation first in World War 1?

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Which gas is odourless and causes internal and external blisters?

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