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I remember reading somewhere that most soldiers would not actually try to kill anyone at the front. Is it true that most were passive bystanders, and that life at the front was potrayed differently through media since WW1. I understand that several million people died, but most of that would be by shelling and many (although less) by machine gun fire. Is it true that deaths by individual soldiers by, for example rifle/ bayonet, were uncommon?
Asked 1 year ago by Anonymous