Out of the Trenches is our community format where your questions are being answered. Praise, criticism or a simple question about World War 1 – Indy will take some time to give you answers. The more questions you ask, the more episodes we can produce. Don't hesitate!
Hello Indy and team I have a question for out of the trenches (or you could make a special episode about it). What was daily life like for soldiers on fronts other than the western front? Such as the macedonian front, the Eastern front, the caucasus front and even the palestine front? As I would imagine the daily life/schedule was much different than the western front. Thanks for the Americas, JackPosted 1 week ago by Anonymous.
Hey Indy, I am a big fan of your show and I have also a question: It seems to be quite narrow in these trenches. How did the soldiers go to toilet? I cannot see any space for that. How did they handle it?Posted 2 weeks ago by Anonymous.
Hey to all on the channel. During the First World War the British royal artillery was subdivided into three separate formations. The Royal field artillery, Royal horse artillery and Royal garrison artillery. What were the difference in these units?Posted 2 weeks ago by Anonymous.
Hi Indy and crew! Here's my question: were there any instances of soldiers bringing their significant others to or near the front lines, especially on extremely static sectors of trenches on the Western Front?Posted 3 weeks ago by Anonymous.
Hi guys, a massive thank you for the work you do on the show. My question is, in many WW1 cemetery’s there are many graves with the word known unto god, or unknown solider of a certain Regiments. How many unknown graves are there and what form of identification was used by all sides. Because if they can tell the Regiment there would be a good chance they can tell the person. My great grandfather is one of these men with no known grave,he was killed on the 21st march 1918 on the Somme on his wife’s nirthday.Posted 3 weeks ago by David seale.