Trench Warfare Survival Guide Hanna Imler

Browning Automatic Riffle

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This weapon is very important in surviving in trenches because it is an easier rifle to hold and fire. You can pull the sling over your shoulder and fire from the hip. Or you can fire from the ground which will give you an advantage from lower grounds to aim. The Browning Rifle can also shoot 20 live rounds at a time (Browning Rifle).

Medical Kit

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The medical kit is an important item in survival in the trenches because it is needed to take care of soldiers whom are injured by a gun shot wound or something more fatal. Or it can be used for someone who is starting to get a viral sickness or a infectious disease, in which you would give them medicine for. The medical kit also deals with amputations and how to help the soldier deal with the pain (Military medicine).

Gas Mask

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The gas mask is especially important in survival in the trenches because it can protect soldiers from inhaling poisonous toxins, airborne pollutants, asbestos, hazardous particles, and chemicals. The mask is covered on your nose and mouth, but closes off your eyes and other soft places on your face. The masks protection from toxins can last to up to 24 hours until the filers need to be cleaned (gas mask).

Steel Helmets

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The Steel Helmet is important in survival in the trenches because it was specifically used for combat and can protect you from getting severe head wounds. The plate of the helmet, which is the tip of the helmet, can not only protect your forehead but also your eyes and nose. In trenches, this will be useful because it will not only protect you from bullets, it can also protect from larger rat or mouse bits on the head (Stalhelm)

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