Trench Mortars in WWI By hannah eppler

Pros of Trench Mortars

- Fell straight down on the enemy

- Could fire at extremely fast rates and many at a time

-Lighter and easier to move than other weapons

Cons of Trench Mortars

-Strained soldiers ears

-Only fired a short range

Poorly designed

Impact on the world

Changed the way wars were fought. They made it easier to kill lot of enemies at once that were hIcing and fighting from down in the trenches, helping the US to win WW1

Life is rough in the trenches.

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