What new weapons made fighting ib world war 1 deadlier than fighting in previous wars?
because now they have machine guns, air planes , poison gas, bigger war ships , stuff like that more that other wars previous to ww1.
Tanks, Airplanes, machine guns, antiaircraft guns, and poison gas
the tank, the flamethrower, and they "upgraded" the hand grenades. they also introduced the atomic bombs (hiroshimaa and nagasaki)
That question has a number of answers. Many weapons were used for the first time in WW1. The aircraft as a bomber, aircraft to fight other aircraft, the tank as a cover for infantry, more efficient machine guns, germ warfare, fast, heavily armed ships, motor torpedo boats. All of these changed warfare.
because more counrtys were involved ww2 was the deadliest Chemical Weapons
All countries fighting in World War 2 used weapons.
the WW II weapons were important because if there were no weapons there would be less extreme fighting. Also less people would get wounded.
Scary,fierce, they didn't have many weapons. Thousands of men killed.
Supplying Allies with weapons Fighting in Africa
Factories run by the women as the men were on the front line fighting :)
Answer The weapons caused more deaths and casualties and they prolonged the war Answer Tactics that had worked very well in previous wars (fast-moving "foot-cavalry," and bayonet charges a la the Franco-Prussian War) suddenly became very costly when you were faced with machine guns. As for moving quickly in mobile war, artillery and barbed wire saw to it that WW1 became a static war of attrition in the trenches.
Because they needed new weapons to improve their fighting against the opposing country.
it is the fact that they were both fighting over the freedom of certain weapons and inports and exports.....
Many women worked in factories building weapons used in the war or took the place of men who were fighting.
science and technology played a major role in developing new weapons
World War 1 was more deadly than previous wars because of scientific innovation. Machine guns and biological weapons, such as mustard gas, were first used in World War 1.
Too many to count.
With the exception of the jet aircraft, the airplanes, warships, tanks, infantry weapons, wheeled vehicles, radios, artillery, etc. were ALL World War II weapons and equipment. Including many of the men fighting the war; many of them were veterans of WW2. For a list of those weapons see websites concerning WW2 weapons.
There wasn't any fighting in the cold war besides the Suez crisis in Egypt so the weapons had nothing to do with the cold war and also the cold war was after world WA 2
The use of airplanes for survelence and fighting, submarine warfare, machine guns and chemical warfare
It was different becasue they had better weapons than they did in WW1,which meant more casualties.The medicine was also alot better.
New weapons had been developed and the armies were still using some old ways to fight.
The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, and the United States entered World War II. They were involved previous to the attack, but they were officially fighting then.
They were harsh and there was a lack of food and water. Many solders had injury's from the environment, previous battles and/or the weapons may have scratched them.
Hiroshima lies in Japan and in World War two; the United States was fighting the Japanese. Hiroshima and Nagasaki were the last two attack on Japan's main land and the only times nuclear weapons were used against mankind.
it was a much more effective, but brutal war for the users. for example, if it backfired, then a whole army could be wiped out. Poison gas caused lots of pain, and infact was a very brutal way to die. This invention led to newer findings, and more deadlier weapons.
Bigger, Faster, Deeper, Comfortable, Deadlier.
They delivered mail, drove trolleys, and ambulances. They also worked in factories and shipyards that made weapons and airplanes for the soldiers fighting the war.
They used underground mines to blow up their enemies trenches. They also used guerrilla warfare to sneak up on them.
NEW weapons NEVER used in previous US wars: 1. Dive bombers 2. Torpedo bombers 3. Aircraft Carriers 4. Amphibious Tractor Landing Craft 5. Nuclear Weapons 6. Semi-Automatic Rifles Note-Submarines, battleships, cruisers, destroyers, small attack boats, tanks, artillery, fighter planes, large multi-engined bombers, machinguns, grenades, land mines, sea mines, conventional landing craft, etc. Had all been used in previous wars.
World War I was the first truly modern war involving several large national armies, automatic weapons, smokeless powder and high explosives, not to mention quick firing artillery. All these factors made the Great War far deadlier than the American Civil War.
The UN Disarmament Commission (UNDC) aims to rid the world of weapons, and to disarm countries. Its top priorities in disarmament negotiations are Weapons of mass destruction (nuclear weapons, and chemical weapons), conventional weapons which can be deemed as injurious, and the reduction of armed forces. So any issue related to weapons and the reduction of armed forces would be addresed by the UNDC. Example of a previous issue is the Establishment of a nuclear-weapon… Read More
The same as they did before Just because a country is at war doesn't mean that services stop roads need to be repaired weapons made services need to be maintained.
Underground mines were blown up planes tanks lewis gun and heaps more search on google.com: ww1 new inventions
Germany strategy during the first and second world war was strategic bombing, use of chemical weapons and the massacre of civilians capable of fighting against them.
Atomic Bomb & mustard gas guns & Machine guns & Tank Guns & Bombs & and other useful things they use to kill all the other soilders they were fighting
Well, the economy before WW2 was bad, the Great Depression, and that was what caused WW2, but because of WW2 there were more jobs, for making weapons, and fighting, so the people got more money.
While the United States were invested in the war from early on (providing weapons and supplies to allies), they didn't enter into the war until after the Pearl Harbor attack by German allied Japan.
An Earthquake can be far deadlier. Fore example the Earthquake in Haiti killed over had a death toll over 200,000. The deadliest tornado in world history (in Bangladesh) killed about 1,300. Earthquakes when properly prepared for however can be far less damaging than the one in Haiti. Tornados can be far deadlier however, because they cannot be predicted and their paths are random.
there was no fighting, this was a stuggle between countires Answer There was a lot of fighting, and millions died around the world, but there was no direct fighting between the global nuclear powers. It was fought with conventional weapons and tactics in places like Korea and Vietnam. It was fought with diplomacy. It was fought with economics. It was fought with submarines. It was fought with spy satellites, spy planes, spy ships, and spies… Read More
straight away German troops had to retreat, infact they left so fast that they were returning to Germany without being disarmed formally and still had all their weapons!
New weapons used during World War 1 The new weapons that were used during World submarines with torpedos. If your interested in these modern weapons, go to... http://www.historyonthenet.com/WW1/weapons.htm
IF the term "containment" was ever used in WW2, it certainly wasn't meant in the same context as the "cold war" containment...there were no nuclear weapons during 99% of WW2. Atomic weapons created the "cold war." Without atomic weapons, the Soviets/Red Chinese/etc. would've been fighting the US more times than just Korea and Vietnam...and they would have been "declared total wars." Since Nukes wouldn't have existed, it would have been "war as usual." Man's been… Read More
Hitler was fighting for World Domination, everyone else was fighting to stop him.
Singapore defence was not good enough the british have not enough weapons to bring to Singapore as they were fighting another war,so they used sll the ww1 weapons to defend that's why Singapore fell into the hands of the Japanese.Singapore defence was planned well but the british thought that the Japanese will come by ships and place all the cannons at the beach-but the Japanese outwitted the british the rode bicycles to Singapore.
Yes, Columbus had several firearms (arquebus and small cannon) with his company in 1492. The conquest of Mexico and Peru (1519 and 1527 respectively) saw limited use of these weapons against the Aztecs and the Incas. More effective, and terrifying the native populations even more were the large horses the Spaniards brought with them. Cavalry, lance, the broad sword and crossbow were far deadlier than the primitive and clumsy firearms of the time.
What war on the Eastern Front? If you are referring to World War 2, the US had very limited involvement on the Eastern Front, that was the area that Germany and Russia were fighting. The US provided weapons and supplies in rather limited quantities to the Russians.
The Cold War between the United States and Soviet Union did not go "hot" due to the specter of mutually assured destruction through the use of nuclear weapons. The Cold War was in fact fought, in the shadows and through proxies across the world.
I believe you are thinking of Escrima or Kali knife fighting, a subset of FMA (Filipino Martial Arts) Escrima deals with more than just knives, but it is one of the most popular forms of weapons combat in the MA world.
1. Made of metal 2. Faster 3. Deadlier After the Vietnam War: Airplanes can fly by themselves (no human required)
The Inland Taipan is considered to be the world's most venomous snake, while the Coastal Taipan is considered deadlier by some for its more aggressive nature.