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 TGW team. 'Mad Jack' Churchill, I read, was credited with kills in WW2 using his sword and long bow. Unconventional for the conflict. We're there any individuals or units during the great war that you know of who were known to use weapons of a bygone era? Love the show, keep it coming. P.S. Went to Albania, saw Zog, thought of IndyPosted 3 weeks ago by Das Mitch.
Have watched probably EVERY episode of #TheGreatWar since it began, Thanks Indy et al!. Did Germany do any scientific studies of blast effects on submariners before / during WWI - medical testing of human tissues (post mortem) or psychological testing on veteransPosted 1 month ago by Anonymous.
Hello. I have read that during the First Battle of the Marne, the crucial gap between the German armies was detected by aerial reconnaissance. Was this the first time during the war that such a weakness was discovered in this manner, and were there any other battles where aerial reconnaissance played such an important role?Posted 2 months ago by Anonymous.
Hey Indy, I want to know how the soldiers cooked tea during the Great War? Were there any devices during the 20th century that allowed them to make tea on the battlefield? Thank you, and I love the show.Posted 2 months ago by Anonymous.