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Basically, the military technology allowed the soldiers to maintain their distance, and fight without actually watching their opponent die. Of course, with the help of t…he new technology, the ability to kill larger numbers of people was easily done, and at the same time, it was done effieciently. Also, because of the fact that some of the new inventions were so large, such as the machine gun which required four to six people to operate, it was difficult to keep up with. In general, though, the war really showed the world many new violent inventions, and although a large population was killed, the weapons were somewhat of a benefit. HOPE THIS WAS A GOOD ENOUGH ANSWER :) Basically, the military technology allowed the soldiers to maintain their distance, and fight without actually watching their opponent die. Of course, with the help of the new technology, the ability to kill larger numbers of people was easily done, and at the same time, it was done effieciently. Also, because of the fact that some of the new inventions were so large, such as the machine gun which required four to six people to operate, it was difficult to keep up with. In general, though, the war really showed the world many new violent inventions, and although a large population was killed, the weapons were somewhat of a benefit. HOPE THIS WAS A GOOD ENOUGH ANSWER :)
Actually, no. The British invented tanks around 1914; German efforts in tank development did not begin until the British Mark I was first deployed against the Germans in 1916.… Back to the original question: I'm going to answer assuming that the question refers to only technologies invented DURING or IMMEDIATELY BEFORE the First World War. That is, technologies which were invented no earlier than 1910, or, which could not be build or employed practically until WW1. A short list of newly invented or first-practically-available technologies that were used in the First World War: AirplanesTanksLarge-scale deployment of Poisonous chemical gasesSubmarinesASDIC (primitive SONAR)TelephoneAerial bombing (whether by plane of zeppelin )Wireless (aka Radio) - primarily by naval forcesLightweight mortar (aka Trench Mortar)Flamethroweramphibious assaultssmall-unit assault tactics (in the modern sense)indirect-fire artillery Of these, only Submarines, Indirect-fire Artillery, and the Telephone/Wireless had huge impacts. More limited (but still significant) effects came from the Mortar, Flamethrower, and small-unit tactics. All the rest were either mostly ineffective and/or too technologically immature to have any real impact. There are many technologies which are associated with the First World War, but were invented (or employed) well beforehand. Their association with WW1 comes due to WW1 being their first use where all combatants were able to effectively employ them in large numbers, thus having significant impact on the style of combat. A short list of these technologies follows: machine gunshand grenades"modern" steel helmetmodern spying techniques and (most importantly) organizationbarbed wirenitrate-based smokeless explosives (for all sorts of ammunition)radically more effective high explosivesthe modern naval convoy system (for protection of merchant shipping)
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World War one featured aerial warfare, artillery, trench warfare, and machine guns ( as well as repeating rifles)
Poison gas, airplanes and tanks
Technology changed war as it improved their defenses and weapons. The British created tanks and the Germans created gas. Both were unsuccessful.
It led to imperialism. With new improvements in ships, transportation modes, etc., the European nations were not only able to conquer many lands around the world (or gain infl…uence in these places,) but they were able to trade with them. This created global trading companies, starting with the Dutch, of course. Tensions because of these trading capabilities and multinational influences, actually, is one of the leading causes of WWI.
it killed people more efficiently
Two main new technologies during ww1 are tanks and subs. Tanks and subs were very new technology for WW1. Tanks shot enemy bases, and are still used today. Subs are also still… used today, shoot boats from under the water and can explode the boats. They are also used for under water voyages.
The new weapons technology caused more destruction and casualties as well as ending trench warfare.
-First widespread use of machine guns. -First widespread use of gas agents, including: Chlorine gas, Phosgene and mustard gas. Nerve gasses were not used until the 1930's. D…eployed mostly by shell and big canisters. -First widespread use of effective indirect artillery fire (fire outside of the line-of-sight.) -First tanks. -First use of airplanes. Primarily for reconnaissance, limited combat use, limited water use. Also the first air-to-air combat by airplanes. -Metal-hulled Battleships. -Infantry weapons were mostly bolt-action rifles.
In World War 1
Because they needed new weapons to improve their fighting against the opposing country.
For one, in WWI, the Britains rolled out tanks for the first time.
This is a pretty broad based question. A lot of technology wasn't used in WW1, primarily because it hadn't been developed. It would be easier to ask what technology was used.
The Chinese invented the chopsticks, while the English invented the wheel, however, the most important invention was the invention of your mother