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!
G'Day Flo, Toni, Marc, Markus, Steven, Philip, Spartacus, Indy et al. The use of rockets during the Napoleonic Wars, War of 1812, and World War 2 is fairly well known with Congreve rockets, the siege of Fort McHenry in the Star-Spangled Banner, the nebelwerfer and katyusha but I've never heard anything about them in the Great War. Were they ever used? Keep up the excellent work.Posted 9 months ago by Fraggle Wrangler.
There are so many photos from the great war but what were the cameras and cameramen who took them? Were there ever dedicated film crews that were sent by their governments of commanders to film the events of world war 1 or was it just a few amateur photographers. THX to Indy and crew for the amazing showPosted 1 year ago by Anonymous.
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 1 year ago by Das Mitch.