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poison gas
Trench warfare was the main feature of World War 1 both offensively and defensively. However, due to the stalemate it caused, new technologies like tanks, flame throwers, chemical gas and airplanes were introduced. Another novel invention during this period was the use of radio.
the machine gun, Gas Grenades,Naval Units, and Communication.
Transportation, tanks, cannons, planes.
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