World War I and Trench Warfare
Professor Richard Faulkner talked about trench warfare during World War I and looked at the different strategies and technological developments used in attempts to drive opponents out of their trenches.
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Richard S. Faulkner Supervisory Professor U.S. Army Command and General Staff College->Department of Military History
Tom Hanson Director U.S. Army Command and General Staff College->Department of Military History
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