Soldiers live in barracks
Barracks, billets etc is where they live. Army Training Regiment is where they train. Usually referred to as a camp or garrison etc.
in gallipoli and made out
in the trenches
Because the deep trenches protected them from bullets and shell fragments that were fired at the soldiers and so that the soldiers could be be seen (as targets).
I would expect most of them lived in France.
When the Nazis enforced them, they tried to get all of them to live in large, crowded areas called Ghettos.
The live in buildings which are collectively called missions.
On a Military Base, Soldiers' quarters are called Barracks. On some bases they are wooden structures that date back to WW2. On other bases, they are modern buildings.
It is called a barn
farm buildings are called barns where animals live.
The modern Maori families live in maraes, which are large buildings that often have carvings and paua shell adorning it
They lived in houses called barracks.
Daddy Longlegs often live in large numbers in caves or other sheltered places.
A town is a large aggregation of houses and other buildings with political boundaries in which a large number of people live, work, and play.