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!
Love the work you guys are doing. I was reading a book called 888 days on the isonzo front (888 dni na soški fronti in slovenian ) and i read in it that in the 12th battle of the isonzo there was a italian general whu became a POW (Prisoner of war ). And now comes the question : How many generals were prisoners of war ? And do you know if there was any even higher ranking POW than justh normal generals (maybe even major generals )?Posted 1 week ago by Lovro Veber.
A question for out of the trenches: I want to know if there were any particular differences in design between both the allied trenches and the German trenches, for instance I heard that German trenches had running water and even electricity, is this true and if so what other differences were there?Posted 1 week ago by Anonymous.
Czech/Bohemian people were drafted into fighting for the Austro-Hungarian Emire (AHE), but were any of those Czech/Bohemian units/soldiers overwhelmingly in favor of fighting for the AHE? What did this mean for the Czech Legions fighting for independence?Posted 1 week ago by Anonymous.
Dear Indy and the awesome crew.I love your show and i learned a lot of new stuff from the World war one of it.I have a question for out of the trenches.Can you maybe tell me more about the British ace Albert Ball.I know that there is still a great legacy around his person today.keep up the great work.good luck from The NetherlandsPosted 1 week ago by Anonymous.