High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Trench knives are
either purpose-made weapons, or are made from cut-down (shortened)
bayonets or swords, and intended for close-quarter fighting, the
design originating in the trench warfare of the First World War.
They were particularly useful for trench raiding operations, along
with other mle weapons. The British Army and its Commonwealth
allies (e.g. Australia, Canada and New Zealand) used a wide variety
of trench knives during World War I. Some were privately purchased
commercial models based on Bowie knives. Others were more
specialised types, such as push daggers with a roughly cylindrical
aluminium grip which was shaped to fit comfortably when the user's
hand made a fist.
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