Practicing Trench Fighting In Texas

Practicing Trench Fighting In Texas Army


Stock #: 170857
Type: Postcard
Era: Divided Back
State: Texas (TX)
Publisher: American Colortyre Co.
Size: 3.5" x 5.5" (9 x 14 cm)

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Series 26
Our Infantry had a taste of genuine trench digging and trench-fighting while guarding the Texas border last summer. Most of the boys in this group seem to be enjoying it, although there is no enemy in sight—perhaps that's why. Anyway, the time they spent down there and the things they learned will prove invaluable to them when they get over to France and get after the Kaiser's men. Note that the dirt taken out when digging the trench is thrown up to form a sort of breastwork in front. This serves as added protection and also gives the men a rifle rest.