Jünger, less prophetically, predicted that the generation that fought in the trenches would lead Germany to new greatness.
Hannah Seligson is a journalist and the author of New Girl on the Job: Advice From the trenches.
In World War I, American G.I.s were among the many thousands killed by deadly gas in the trenches of Europe.
In the cold, the German and British soldiers climbed out of their trenches at a place called Mons.
But it is often in the trenches that the truth is most apparent.
"To the assault," she cried, and signed to them to throw hurdles into the trenches.
trenches were dug round the hut and tent, so that they must have had rain.
The enemy fell back, giving up the trenches to our victorious troops, and retreated to their main works on the top of the ridge.
But some laughed and said the trenches were telling on men's nerves.
At the moment when I caught up to him, we passed over our trenches and I turned back.
late 14c., "track cut through a wood," later "long, narrow ditch" (late 15c.), from Old French trenche "a slice, ditch" (late 13c.), from trenchier "to cut," possibly from Vulgar Latin *trincare, from Latin truncare "to cut or lop off" (see truncate). Trenches for military protection are first so called c.1500. Trench warfare first attested 1918. Trench-coat first recorded 1916, a type of coat worn by British officers in the trenches.
A long, steep-sided valley on the ocean floor. Trenches form when one tectonic plate slides beneath another plate at a subduction zone. The Marianas Trench, located in the western Pacific east of the Philippines, is the deepest known trench (10,924 m or 35,831 ft) and the deepest area in the ocean.
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