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By: Mahmoud Saad. Small Guns. Webley Revolver Mark 6. Was one of the most commonly used weapons!. The Winchester Model 97. Also known as the trench gun!. Lee-Enfield rifle. Standard gun for British Soldiers!. Browning FN Model 1903. Basis of the modern pistol. Mondragon rifle.

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webley revolver mark 6
Webley Revolver Mark 6

Was one of the most commonly used weapons!

the winchester model 97
The Winchester Model 97

Also known as the trench gun!

lee enfield rifle
Lee-Enfield rifle

Standard

gun for

British

Soldiers!

browning fn model 1903
Browning FN Model 1903

Basis of the

modern pistol

mondragon rifle
Mondragon rifle

World’s first semi-automatic

and automatic rifle

sawed off shotgun
Sawed-off shotgun

Did not have

widespread

use yet

shadows of war
Shadows of War

I walk in the break-time,

see poems on a classroom wall,

Owen, Sassoon, Sorley,

the texts of this year's syllabus:

words wailing like shells,

beyond the limits of our hearing -

mourning the corpses of Fallujah.

I walk in the gardens,

on the run from the news.

The orange waste-sacks,

bellied with swept leaves,

crouch between the limes

all along the bare avenue -

prisoners of Guantanamo.

I walk in the orchards,

abandoned to autumn.

A dog leaps playful

out of its owner's control,

runs with the leash trailing

among the poop-coils in the dirt -

barking an echo of Abu Ghraib.

By: Eric Morrissey

-November 2004

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  • Slater, Samuel. "Use of Shotguns in WW1." Axis History Forum. N.p., 2007. Web. 9 Dec 2010. <http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic.php?t=102512 >.
  • Seifred, Marquiz. "Canada and the First World War." Canadian War Museum. N.p., 2006. Web. 9 Dec 2010. <http://www.warmuseum.ca/cwm/exhibitions/guerre/photoe.aspx?PageId=3.B.1&photo=3.B.1.m&f=/cwm/exhibitions/guerre/firearms-e.aspx >.
  • Lenert, Stefan. "World War One-weapons." History on the Net. N.p., 30 apr 2010. Web. 9 Dec 2010. <http://www.historyonthenet.com/WW1/weapons.htm>.