This is a picture of trench warfare. Trench warfare is a battle strategy where both sides dig muddy, dirty trenches. Usually, these trenches are filled with unnecessary liquids and are very cramped. In between the trenches, there is an open land this is called no man's land because this is where thousands of men died trying to get across.
This represents fighter planes. Fighter planes were used in the air for dropping bombs and shooting other pilots . Often pilots had to know how to pilot their plane and have agility.
Observation balloons, tanks, and submarines are all things that were used as battle tactics. Observation balloons (see scene 3) were used to watch and give away the opposing sides whereabouts. Tanks were used to fight on the ground and are destroying machines. Lastly, Submarines (see cell 5)were under water machines often used by
Submarines were under water machines often used by Germany to torpedo the Allied ships whethe they were military or civilian.
Poisonous gas was also used in WWI it was mostly musard gas. The opposing side would drop them on different places to scare the enemie, because of this children had to have gas drills and know how to put gas masks on.