Fun Fact: Effectiveness of Barbed Wire During World War I

Fun facts about world War I

Barbed wire was used constantly during World War I as it efficiently slowed movement of enemy forces, protected the men behind it, and was easily replaced when damaged. However when tanks rolled out in 1916, they had made the barbed wire defense far less useful as they could roll right through it.

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