Parts of a trench.

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DuckBoards
To provide dryer, flatter land.
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Parapet
A way of protecting soldiers when they leave the trench.
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Sump
Where mud was collected so that trenches didn't become muddy.
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Elbow Rest
Where soldiers could prop their guns.
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Fire Step
What soldiers stepped on to climb over the top of the trench.
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Dugout
Where a soldier could have been protected from light fire.
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Ammunition store
Where soldiers stored their bullets.
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Barbed Wire
Made it more difficult to reach enemy territory or for enemies to reach your land.
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Sand Bags
These absorb shock from bullets.
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Card 2

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Parapet

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A way of protecting soldiers when they leave the trench.

Card 3

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Sump

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Card 4

Front

Elbow Rest

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Card 5

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Fire Step

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