How did trench warfare affect the length of World War 1?

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trench warfare made the war longer, because at times soldiers could be 100metres underground making it harder for enemies to kill them. this also made advancement slower because of the fact that countries can never know if the bunkers are empty of soldiers unless the go in. more
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