WW1 had shown how very vulnerable Britain was to hostile submarines in the Atlantic, and the development of bombers had made much of Britain vulnerable. After the fall of France, the enemy was much nearer and could easily use airfields in Belgium and France. The whole coastline opposite Britain, from the Arctic Circle to the border between France and Spain was in enemy hands. Joncey
The machine gun changed warfare
The Battle of Britain was aerial warfare.
First specify what you mean by 'then', as you are covering a wide timespan, during which warfare changed radically.
Warfare changed in various ways during ancient times. For example, Roman legions revolutionized warfare through the tactics and formations they used.
Crop rotation system developed in Britain during agricultural revolution increase crop yields by increasing nutrients in the soil.
Britain took place in the D-Day invasion, also known as the bloodiest invasion in the history of warfare.
World War 1
The president's pay can not be changed during any one term of office.
New inventions changed warfare during World War 1 by creating new weapons and creating more casualties. Some of the inventions during World War 1 were tanks, infantry rifles, and machine guns.
I think you will find we are still GREAT BRITAIN and haven't changed our name, so when was this question asked about......and if you are reading this during the Olympics you will know we are GREAT........
Trench warfare and chemical warfare
Trench warfare was one of the new forms of warfare introduced during World War 1. Another new form of warfare was chemical warfare.
What dramatic event changed Britain's relationship with Australia?
what were some importance of trench warfare
The use of chemical weapons during the first World War ; see relevant link below .
Guerilla Warfare and Conventional Warfare.
What are ten facts about trench warfare during WWI?
i think there was really no disadvantage of guerrilla warfare during the revolutionary war.
nothing much changed. they went on with their daily lives.