I'd love to talk about the weapons, tools and tactics of trench warfare. We all know it's a stupid ass way to fight a war, but it's damn interesting to me.
If you have any maps of trench styles that'd be awesome as fuck.
also, what part did naval conflict have in this global conflict?
the eastern front is pretty interesting as well. Much more fluid in comparison with miles lost and won in days and hours
as well as some other ww1 era buildings and bunkers.
Whats the best way to storm a trench? Have a bunch of Frenchmen inside with these.
Im pretty certain that there was only one noteworthy large-scale naval battle, the Battle of Jutland.
In short the Germans tried to Lure some British Battlecruisers into the firing line of Germany's main fleet, but the Royal Navy new of the German fleets intentions, and then sent a fleet of their own. The two fleets engaged eachother but neither side achieved their objectives, so neither side really 'won' the battle