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  • World War Ii Airplanes

    During World War I‚ about all the airplane was good for was crashing. World War I airplanes were slow and had poor maneuverability. The plane could not effectively carry weapons‚ so air travel was dangerous. The early planes had wood and fabric frames which made them very flammable. If a bomb‚ which was carried under the wings‚ was shot‚ the plane would blow up and both pilots would be dead. “It seems no one had interest in the bomb positions of these planes.” (Stirling‚ Para. 1) Though World War II

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  • Impacts of World War 1

    Impact of World War 1 on Germans and African Americans In the year 1790‚ the United Sates Census counted approximately 375 thousand people of the German origin. The number of the Germans immigration later increased after the year 1815. The occurrence of World War 1 during this period led to the increase in anti-German sentiments causing the German community to become invisible (Fiebig-von 33). The Germans were often met with accusations of being sympathetic about the German Empire. The war turned

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  • Impact of World War 1

    The Impact of World War I: American society‚ European Society‚ and European Politics After World War I‚ America went under many social changes that sculpted American society today. There were both short-term and long-term social effects of World War I. Short-term effects were peace between countries‚ the decrease of population‚ and riots. World War I ended in November 1918 and it was said to be “the war to end all wars.” This meant that peace would last between each country for very long

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  • World War I: Role of Airplanes

    I. America at War: World War I. New York: Facts on File‚ Inc.‚ 1991. Dowsell‚ Paul. Weapons and Technology of World War I. Illinois: Heinemann Library‚ 2002. Lopez‚ Donald S. in Association with the National Air and Space Museum‚ Washington‚ D.C. Smithsonian Guides: Aviation. New York: Macmillan‚ 1995. Spangenburg‚ Ray and Diane K. Moser. The Story of Air Transport in America. New York: Facts on File‚ Inc.‚ 1992. About.com 20th Century History. “World War I”‚ by Jennifer

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  • The Invention Of Airplanes During World War One

    that airplanes held in a time of war‚ was very different then all the other vessels that where used during conflict. For example‚ ground troops‚ tanks and ships as “The access [an airplane] provides makes it a faster‚ more flexible‚ and more precise than any other form of military power.” Before the 20th century‚ nations had not held the power for aerial bombardments on such a large scale. First used by the Italians in the Italo-Turkish War‚ planes went on to have an important role in World War

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  • World War 1

    Great War The time was 1914. Europe was a thermometer with skyrocketing temperatures of tension. As countries began declaring war on each other in Europe‚ troops began to mobilize for what they thought would be a traditionally fought war: the British cavalry leading the Entente to a decisive victory. How were the European powers to know that this massive war would be fought entirely in the ground with surprise attacks and innovative technology that changed the meaning of “war” forever? World War

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  • World War 1

    Europe was at war. World War I was all throughout Europe and changed many lives of the Europeans. During the World War‚ there were many new military and technological advancements. Universal military services were formed by the European nations and new weapons and war tactics were invented. Due to the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie‚ tensions between Austria and Germany against Serbia‚ Russia‚ and France began to rise‚ which led up to the start of World War I. Thus‚

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  • world war 1

    Part B World War 1 made a colossal impact to all aspects of human life around the world‚ everyone who fought‚ witnessed‚ and survived from this catastrophic event was impacted on each to different degrees and consequences. One of the major groups who were affected by World War 1 were the women of Britain‚ playing a significant role to provide for their family and for the men who fought in the war. With the early rush of volunteers in 1914 and the conscription in 1916 led to a shortage of manpower

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  • World War 1

    WORLD WAR 1 World War 1 erupted in 1914. World War 1 had many countries involved but not all of them entered at the same time. There were many causes for the outbreak of World War 1. One cause of World War 1 was militarism. Militarism is the glorification of one countries military. Many countries were getting this militarism idea because they dreamed of war being glorious. Many people would soon find out that war is not good. Another thing that goes along with militarism and the outbreak for World

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  • IMPACT ON THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN WORLD WAR 1

    woman’s place took hold was during and after the First World War. World War 1 was declared August in 1914. This meant Australia‚ part of the British Empire‚ sent 332 000 men to fight for their freedom‚ leaving many more women to become the breadwinners of their families. During the war‚ Australian women were not permitted to serve in the military‚ except for nurses. The many women not qualified to nurse‚ wanted a more active role in the war‚ however‚ were discarded by government regulations. A

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