New technology. Weapons which had never been used before were killing men by the thousands on both sides. Also, the 4 year stalemate due to trench warfare (neither side could get ahead of the other). Tactics were also outdated. An example of this was in the Battle of the Somme, where the generals sent waves and waves of men at walking speed to their inevitable death.
World War I was more destructive for several reason. One reason was the proliferation of long range artillery. The second was the wholesale use of the machine gun and the third was the German use of chemical warfare.
the world war 2 was more destructive because more countries participated in ww2 than ww1 and also many destructive weapons were developed after ww1 and at the end of war their was a nuclear attack also.
About 60 million people died in World War 2. In addition to this, innumerable destruction happened around the world. Entire cities were leveled through bombing.
Armies used advanced weaponry developed during the Industrial Revolution.
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Answer this question… Armies used advanced weaponry developed during the Industrial Revolution.
Wet corrosion is more destructive than dry corrosion.
they are more destructive because they are on the suface and because they are slower
Absolutely not! More tornadoes happen each year around the world, and its destructive power is more terrific than any one can imagine.
because on is more stronger than the other one
It really depends on what you mean by what is more powerful. Fission is far more destructive in its capabilities, but fusion is less destructive and produces far more energy than fission.
Because they are more destructive than conventional explosives.
Because surface waves have a larger amplitude and thus more energy and so can cause more damage than P and S waves. they are more destructive because they are on the suface and because they are slowerRate This Answer
the area affected by an earthquake is larger
yes its about 70 - 400 times more powerful..
No. Plinian eruptions are generally the most destructive. Vulcanian eruptions may be orders of magnitude smaller.
Tornadoes are very destructive along a narrow path of land, but hurricans cover a much larger area.
A hurricane can cause more damage than a tornado simply because it affects a much larger area.
The answer depends on earlier than WHAT? Earlier than the nineteenth century? Earlier than 6 BC? Earlier than 5,000,000 BC? In the last case, the answer is NONE!
Some are more severe than others because, some of the different types are more destructive: flood, tornado, and hail.
Taking place from 1914 to 1918, the Great War (or, World War I) was not in fact more protracted than other major wars that had taken place earlier, that is, during the 19th century. For example, the first fifteen years of the 19th century were almost entirely dedicated to war between France and other nations in Europe; the Crimean War lasted nearly three years; the American Civil War raged for four years. The Great War was, however, much more destructive.
There was more new and advanced weaponry that proved more devastating than any other weapon used in World War I. Take the atomic bomb, for example. One atomic bomb, dropped by one bomber, that did the dirty work of thousands of bombs.
earlier for two options (which is actually one option!), earliest for more than two options.
merits of 1st generation of computer they are much faster than earlier material devices. there storage capacity was more than earlier computer