Modelling WW1 Trench Warfare

Modelling WW1 Trench Warfare

Covering British, French and German trenches of the Western Front, Modelling WW1 Trench Warfare includes the different construction, materials and repair methods used during the conflict. Each chapter includes the historical background, together with step-by-step instructions. With over 300 photographs, this book covers why trenches were a necessity to save lives and how they adapted through the war. Instructions are given on how to build models of British 'ideal' and typical trenches, a wet soil trench, improved shell hole, front line dugout, tunnels and mines, and a hospital tent. The book includes a guide to visiting the trenches today, a trench glossary and useful measurements at 1:32 scale.

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