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No Man’s Land

The barren shell pocked killing ground between opposing trench lines during World War I was named No Man’s Land. At times, Allied and German troops went “over the top,” attempting to cross No Man’s Land and breach the enemy’s trenches. Often, the result was a bloody repulse with horrific casualties and little or no territorial gain.



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