Trojan Horse Bombs
By early 1917, World War I had devolved into a grueling war of attrition along the Western Front. But on April 1, the Dutch magazine Het Leven
reported about a new weapon that might change the nature of the conflict. It was Trojan Horse Bombs — fake bombs that concealed people inside of them, that might be used to get soldiers deep into enemy territory.
In the photo above, soldiers were shown helping a bomb occupant into one of the devices.