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What were the positive effects of technology during world war 2?
Technology during World War II opened up an entirely new door into what the enemy was doing in areas in which they were once hidden. New pesticides, nuclear technology, and jet engines made the fight faster than it had been in the first World War.
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the use of atomic weapons increased quickly ====A1 Devraj====
Bulgaria fought on the side of Nazi Germany during the war.
WW2 introduced a whole range of newer technology. these are some of them Tanks were better armoured, had more powerful weapons and were much faster. The Germans had the advant…age at the start of the war with some spectacular tanks such ans the 'Tiger' tank, while Britain and her allies win through with tanks such as the Sherman, the Patton, and the Churchill. Planes were one of the biggest improvements, and were now not just used for scouting, but for huge bombing raids, attacking ground targets and instalations, and shooting down other aircraft. Infantry weapons became mainly automatic. Radar was developed by the British and proved to be very useful when listening for German bombing raids.
George C. Marshall was the Chief of Staff .
The use of atomic weapons increased quickly.
Radar, Sonar, atomic bombs, more advance airplanes.
airplanes with jet engines . Radar . the atomic bomb
Technology was seen more in everyday life after World War 2. People were able to afford things such as telephones in their home, automobiles, televisions, and radios.
He was the Prime minister from may 10th 1940-1945 then was voted off because Churchill was more of a war leader than a peace leader. then in October 1951 he became prime minis…ter once again but he could never relive the glory days.
The main areas of technology during ww2 was: * Weaponry; including ships, vehicles, aircraft, artillery, rocketry, small arms, and biological,chemical and atomic we…apons. * Logistical Support; including vehicles necessary for transporting soldiers and supplies, such as trains, trucks, and aircraft. * Communications and Intelligence; including devices used for navigation, communication, and espionage. * Medical; including surgical innovations, chemical drugs, and techniques * Industrial; including the technologies employed at factories and production/distribution centers. The main areas of technology during ww2 was: * Weaponry; including ships, vehicles, aircraft, artillery, rocketry, small arms, and biological,chemical and atomic weapons. * Logistical Support; including vehicles necessary for transporting soldiers and supplies, such as trains, trucks, and aircraft. * Communications and Intelligence; including devices used for navigation, communication, and espionage. * Medical; including surgical innovations, chemical drugs, and techniques * Industrial; including the technologies employed at factories and production/distribution centers.
The positive effects of women,during WW2;They were made to be a great assett,to the war effort, by taking over the work,of produceing war materials, like the building of aircr…aft,which was ecential, to the wining of the war.At 18 I was given the task of forming a new training squadron, which required aircraft to train NAVY pilots,to fight the war. the women supplied the aircraft and I put them to use;those women can hold their head proudly, knowing their efforts,saved our country from a forign,domination!!!!!flyboy752George`
%REPLIES% Answer NONE. If the policy of appeasement had not been followed by Britain and France, WWII might not have happened. If either country had been will…ing to react militarily, then Hitler would have been in trouble. Hitler's generals were looking for any pretext to attempt to remove him. If his gambles in remilitarizing the Rhineland, or the Anschluss with Austria or the Sudetenland crisis or the Czech crisis had been answered like they answered Poland, then Hitler's world would have collapsed. The policy of appeasement led to WWII and all of the death and destruction from this war can be laid at it's doorstep Answer Two unintended positive effects of appeasement were as follows: 1. It provided time for countries like Great Britain to prepare. Despite chamberlains appeasement he also hedged his bets by rearming. Had he confronted Hitler at Munich the only thing he might succeeded in doing is starting a war totally unprepared. Other European countries did nothing. Oddly enough the two traditionally neutral countries, Sweden and Switzerland also prepared. In fact when Hitler invaded Poland Switzerland and Sweden, along with France and Britain mobilized. The rest of Europe naively declared their neutrality. 2. By pursuing appeasement and then having it shoved in their face, eliminated the pacifists as a political force, at least in Britain. After Poland was invaded almost all of Britain knew Hitler had to be confronted. In a democracy a leader cannot underestimate the need to unify the country under a common purpose. This is something President Bush has failed to do in Iraq. Notice the rest of Europe didn’t do much of anything, hoping they would be left out of any fighting. They were not spared.
In no particular order................ RADAR, SONAR, the proximity fuse, sulfa drugs, blood transfusion, the Jeep, jet engines, dehydrated foods, parachute and gl…ider troops, and the ubiquitous SPAM.
The United States Congress was firmly in support of war against Japan since the US was attacked first. Elements in the US Congress were more reluctant to go to war against Ger…many but Hitler's decision to declare war on the USA resolved that. In general, the US Congress supported the action of their president and followed a bilateral foreign policy.
I can only tell you what was derived from a TV documentary about comic books which I watched in the 1990's. After World War 2 was over, comic book superheroes lost their propa…ganda value, and they were "killed off." DC killed all of their superheroes except for Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. Marvel killed all of theirs, but they later brought back Captain Marvel in the 1960's. [Turned out he wasn't really dead, but frozen in the Arctic after foiling a Nazi plot.] The fact that Superman was one of only three survivors tells me that he was rather important to the Allied war effort.
In World War 2
In the final result, nothing. The US had uncontested air supremacy by the time the German jets took to the air, and while they were a stunning success individually, there were… too few of them to make any change to the final result.