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German NCOs and enlisted men of an unidentified regiment (probably IR145) in the Vosges, France 1915.
Even with all the technological advancements of World War I, battles were still often waged by men wielding spiked clubs.
Trench raiding clubs were homemade melee weapons used by both the Allies and the Central Powers. Clubs were used during nighttime trench raiding expeditions as a quiet and effective way of killing or wounding enemy soldiers. The clubs were usually made out of wood. It was common practice to fix a metal object at the striking end (e.g. an empty Mills bomb) in order to maximize the injury inflicted. Another common design comprised a simple stave with the end drilled out and a lead weight inserted, with rows of large hobnails hammered in around its circumference. Most designs had some form of cord or leather strap at the end to wrap around the user's wrist. Bosnian soldiers serving in the Austro-Hungarian army were fond of using maces. They were also used by officers to finish enemy soldiers wounded by poison gas attacks.
Trench clubs were manufactured in bulk by units based behind the lines. Typically, regimental carpenters and metal workers would make large numbers of the same design of club.
They were generally used along with other "quiet" weapons such as trench knives, entrenching tools, bayonets, hatchets and pickaxe handles – backed up with revolvers and hand grenades.
Also you will notice most trench clubs would rarely have long nails or spikes. This was because an increased chance of those type of trench clubs becoming entangled in barbed wire defences which could the up the man and prove Desasterious to the caught up man who would be a very vulnerable target indeed.
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