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Power proveniente de schoolhistory, contrasta la propaganda británica de la IGM con la dura realidad de la guerra

Power proveniente de schoolhistory, contrasta la propaganda británica de la IGM con la dura realidad de la guerra

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  • 1. By Miss Boughey www.WeatherheadHistory.ik.org www.SchoolHistory.co.uk
  • 2. The British government wanted to encourage men to enlist for war. They said the war would be safe, hardly any fighting, a good lark and over by Christmas. They used advertising posters to encourage this idea! A picture of soldiers going ‘ Over the Top’
  • 3. The reality of ‘going over the top’ was very different!
  • 4. Soldiers were expected to carry all of their equipment with them at all times. They were supposed to keep it clean and in good condition – they were British after all.
  • 5. How the uniform and equipment changed after just three weeks in the trenches…
  • 6. Posters always showed men ready and willing to fight. They never showed the boredom of the trenches or actual fighting taking place. Why do you think the government showed no fighting?
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  • 8. No smiling and relaxed faces… No clean uniforms… Their equipment is scattered everywhere… Boredom and sleep are obvious…
  • 9. Mass Devastation
  • 10. Freezing Winters
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  • 12. The soldiers had very little decent food, and what food they had was often attacked by rats. These rats were the size of small rabbits and badgers because they had fed on the decomposing bodies of dead soldiers.
  • 13. Trench Foot
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