п»їLetter from your trenches
Dear Mom and Dad,
I i am a jewellry in the conflict. I'm sorry for not telling you that we was getting started with the military but failed to want to get the hopes up if anything happened to my opinion. Life as a soldier was difficult mainly because you had little rations and a lot of people passed away from scared food and products that had been already spoiled. I remember my own Sargent informing me being careful out there in the ditches because foe forces could rush you at any time and kill you by behind. I will never forget the moment when each of our dugout was so dull that we had been camouflaging together with the mud due to rain. 1 side with the barbed wire was a lot of lifeless bodies that had a wide range of flies and rats that were surrounding the bodies plus they were consuming their skin. Also on the other side there was a machine gun turret that was eradicating enemies upon No Mans Land. I obtained shot inside the leg and caused me to get a wound and also My spouse and i ended up inside the hospital mainly because I had trench foot, the industry foot disease that kills your skin layer cells. I will never forget how bad it smelled because of people dying and really unwell. We usually had to be about our protect because adversaries attempted to blast our trench. The troops that made it the bombing were wounded and many of them had louse, which built them incredibly unhealthy as it lived in our skin. When we where around the battlefield all of us frequently required a gas mask present because the atmosphere was drunk with chemical gases that didn't let us breathe. Every commander acquired there own personal rifle as the were in charge. I'm happy I wrote you this kind of letter truth be told. I am so my apologies about every little thing. I hope you understand why I did this.