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Why was WWI so deadly
Transcript of Why was WWI so deadly
By Jonathan Reyes
In this video it shows how
planes were going into battle
and how effective they were.
Also they were really effective
and armies that had planes
had a huge advantage. For example they could shoot or kill more soldiers faster and can advance.
Why air warfare make it more deadly than ever?
It caused really bad skin burns.
If somebody was in contact they needed special treatment.
When you get in contact it feels like you are on fire.
Why did the use of chemical warfare make the war more deadly?
they had alot of ships and most countries were prepared and have been ready for years.
Also submarines were being used and made things worse for the people in the seas.
the navy durring WW1
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"World War I - Weapons and Technology." WatchMojo.com. Web. 13 Apr. 2015. <http://www.watchmojo.com/video/id/8496/>.
There were alot of tanks and it would increase the chance of victory and getting rid of the enemy and would armies closer to victory!