4.1.08 - 4/1/08- World War 1 World War 1 o It was expected...

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4/1/08- World War 1 World War 1 o It was expected the war would be relatively quick This is not true, in fact you had 4 years of stalemate everyone has some sort of problems economics war o world war 1 is the first industrial war o increased role of state years before 1914 is the smallest government, free market, lowest tax is best government, when the war begins and realize that it is not going to be short, French army lacks amount of modern warfare War socialism- the state works with private enterprise, it allocates persons, If the state takes greater power, it has to deal with the political consequences of war, the state becomes a player of the political part, In general, it’s not the most powerful and organized that win, but the ones that control their political system, ultimately all countries will go through political problems due to the war In great Britain, it basically gives the state unlimited power to seize and search anything they want, imprison people, Defensive Realm Act o Production Once the war breaks out, and realize their military equipment and food supplies are inadequate; you see control and inventory of supplies civilian production seizes, civilian construction seizes In Britain, by 1918 100,000 weapons made compared to lower in 1914 Transportation comes under state power, regulate most commodities, received
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4.1.08 - 4/1/08- World War 1 World War 1 o It was expected...

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