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9/21/11 WWI and Technological Systems Be slowly lifted up, though long black arm, Great gun towering toward Heaven, about to curse; Reach at that arrogance which needs thy harm, And beat it down before its sins grow worse.
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9/21/11 WWI and Technological Systems What are the limits of a technological system? (Where do we draw the line?) The technological system of World War I required people’s bodies.
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9/21/11 WWI and Technological Systems I. The war II. Men at war III. Women at war IV. Staying out in the cold
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9/21/11 WWI and Technological Systems I. The war (1914-1918) -- the myth of the Balkan tinderbox -- Ottoman Empire (Turkish) -- Austria-Hungary (A-H) -- Archduke Franz Ferdinand (Austrian) -- Sarajevo -- “Young Bosnia”
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9/21/11 Military Operations of WWI
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9/21/11 WWI and Technological Systems II. Men at war A. shell-shock -- shovels and fortifications -- barbed wire and concrete -- “Paris gun” -- machine guns -- gas @Ypres -- the map -- the trenches
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9/21/11 La Mitrailleu se 1915 Christoph er Nevinson
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9/21/11 ANZAC trenches, www.derm.qld.gov.au/services_resources/
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course HSCI 1715 taught by Professor Alexander during the Spring '11 term at University of Minnesota Crookston.

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