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What Role Did Technology Have in World War 1

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World War 1 was one of the most devastated war in history where 17 million people lost their lives with 20 million people being wounded. Technology made a huge impact in World War 1 against their enemy countries, it helped them become more powerful and stronger for each other and it could be used for mass destruction. Due to Industrial Revolution it helped to make new weapons which could be deadlier and harmful to the older world such as tanks, Machine guns, Airplanes and U-Boat (German submarine). Technology such as machine gun was dangerous where it could sweep out thousands of men in a few minutes. As the technology were getting useful soldier’s were becoming less relevant.

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Technology made a huge impact in World War 1 against their enemy countries, it helped them become more powerful and stronger for each other and it could be used for mass destruction. Due to Industrial Revolution it helped to make new weapons which could be deadlier and harmful to the older world such as tanks, Machine guns, Airplanes and U-Boat (German submarine). Technology such as machine gun was dangerous where it could sweep out thousands of men in a few minutes. As the technology were getting useful soldier’s were becoming less relevant. The major effect of Technology in World War 1 was it made the war much harder and dangerous that made difficult for infantry soldier who did most of the fighting in the battlefield. The new technology led to be making trench warfare where the army needed to mak...
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