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Submarine warfare the war would have been impossible

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submarine warfare – the war would have been impossible without popular support People at the home front didn’t know too much about what was going on; In Britain & France: largest support patriotism Military technology – VERY important; hadn’t been a war in Europe since the 1870’s (Industrial Revolution); both sides had the technology – in imperialistic expansion By 1914: Europe was capable of using super new weapons; took military commanders a long time with how their strategies should change with new capabilities – lots of experimentation with weapons during the war - Flame thrower : good psychological weapon; first used by Germany; range of 40m; require a lot of fuel – not as effective; limited range / duration - Grenades : had been around for a while; the pin originated during WWI; Germans had the most grenades; very helpful in trench warfare - Machine guns : had been used before; both sides have this; Germans developed efficient ones first; took several people to operate; good defensive weapon - Poison gas : not considered civilized, but they got desperate as the war went on; first used by the French, but Germany used it at a large scale;
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