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Terry Dipple
The fact that many WW1 veterans signed up shortly afterwards to fight in the Spanish Civil war, is mostly forgotten.
Two of my uncles did so.
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Panzer Kumar
People often speak more about world war 2 for they never understand the truth about the ww1. In reality world war 1 was much harder to soldiers than ww2, this is because of lack of proper medical aids and most importantly because of trench warfare.

Trench warfare is not as easier and safer as it is with fast moving tank battles, because waiting game is really hard and the kia ratio was pathetically high. One good (although nothing is good about wars) example is Battle of Verdun in 1916 which was fought for 9 months leaving an estimated 714,231 to 976,000 dead in total.

Thanks you Sarah Fahmy for the post, such posts really honor those who sacrificed their life for their respective countries(Both German and allies). Salute to those Bravos...!
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