Death was, unfortunately, a huge part of trench warfare. There were many ways to die: for example, illness, as mentioned before; the precisely-aimed bullet of a sniper; and the deadly poison gas used by both sides of the war. During World War I, around ten percent of all fighting soldiers died, and many more were wounded

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