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‘The photos show how hard life was and how the men were just trying to live in the terrible conditions that were on the Western Front for both sides and trying to make the best of it.
Back to the Trenches is a double live album by the Scottish hard rock band Nazareth, released in 2001. A collection of thirty-one live tracks taken from the soundboards of six concerts, on both sides of the Atlantic, between 1972 and 1984, only nine of these tunes are featured on the band’s
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Back to the Trenches. The CD comes with a fifty-two page booklet containing old photos and interviews with Pete Agnew and Dan McCafferty. It also was issued on vinyl. Pete Frame of Rock Family Trees fame was commissioned to draw up a Nazareth family tree based on info taken from an interview.
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The horrors of the First World War trenches has been brought to life in a stunning set of colour photographs. The images colourised by graphic artist Frédéric Duriez reveal the daily lives of
10 Photos of Life in the Trenches. Their daily routine when in the front line varied according to where they were. In active sectors, both sides would engage in aggressive trench raiding and the fire from artillery, machine guns and snipers would be a constant threat. By contrast, some sectors were quiet and relatively passive,
Photos: Life in the trenches. They would rotate to the front for four to six days before going to the reserve line for a similar period of time in case they were needed to support the front-line soldiers during an attack. After their time in the support line, they’d pull back to the reserve line away from the fighting,
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