Building a WW2 Foxhole: One Day Build with 1965 Entrenching Tool

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Inspired by my recent ww2 bunker renovation build I wanted to build a ww2 foxhole bushcraft shelter in the woods and camp in it overnight. I used simple building tools for this project, a 1965 entrenching tool, a small folding saw, a bushcraft knife and a small axe. I have always been fascinated by world war two, and I wanted to experience what it might have been like to build an emergency defensive fighting position with just minimal tools in one day.

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