Military Technology of World War One

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    Like any war before or since, the First World War formed the catalyst for a wealth of technical inventions with only one goal in mind: to inflict as much damage on the opponent as possible. No one would have dreamed that as a result of these new technologies, the death tolls on all sides would be so high, nor would the physical destruction of the opposition have seemed possible. In this new work, Wolfgang Fleischer has meticulously documented all the weaponry was used by the Central Powers and their opponents, including machine guns, artillery guns, gas, the first armored combat vehicles, aircraft and submarines.

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    Number of Pages: 222
    Format(s): Hardback - ISBN: 9781473854192
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    Listed in: General & world history, c 1900 to c 2000, First World War
    Publisher: Pen & Sword Military

    Books by Wolfgang Fleischer

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