What technology was used during the World War 2?
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 advantage 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.
E2020: U-Boat World War 1 was known as the "War to end all Wars". There were many things within the war which did not represent advances in technology. For instance, digging of a trench was not an advancement in technology, as that has been done for hundreds of years. Hand to hand combat also does not represent an advancement in technology.
Civil War Technology led historians to call the American Civil War the first modern war because of the array of new technology with which it was fought. The new technology ranged from weapons to cameras and telegraphs to tin cans. New weapons allowed soldiers to be more effective, but this new technology also meant that more soldiers were killed.
Which of these choices was not a new technology used during World War 1 machine guns barbed wire poison gas atomic bomb?
Was there any newer technology used in the Korean War or was it all the same technology from the World War 2?
There was new technology during the Korean War, such as the introduction of jet planes. Jet planes were introduced to the field of air combat in late WWII when the Germans created the ME262a and b versions. This technology was adopted by American and Soviet scientists and incorporated in Korean war jets. Helicoptors were also a new addition to the modern battlefield. The technology had been developed in WWII, but never used in a combat…