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Technology in World War Ii

  • Date Submitted: 01/28/2010 12:08 AM
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Since the First World War passed with its greatest influence on the movement and the greedy of power, the world started to develop their plans and methods in wars. World War II saw the biggest evolution of technology, especially weapons, which still dominate the world. This technology changed the feature of the war from fighting skills to development and industrial skills. It was the war of science where the competition was open for every scientist to join and help his nation. It was the first war that came up with something other than dead bodies and damages; it came up with the basic machines that we still use it nowadays. This technology growth caused a lot of damages on the world as short cause; however in a long term effect it came up with new inventions that changed the world to be a better place.

The war of technology started when the United States started to be focused on the development of weapons. In September 1940, The United States started to bring scientist to develop the army until U.S. reached the highest level of technical efficiency. The development of the radar and the jet engine were from the most first new inventions in World War II . The assault rifles were the basic weapon of all U.S. marines. In the other side, Allied tried hard to stop the German from developing their tanks and anti-tanks, since Germany reached a highly technologies engines to run the tanks such as PzKw V Panther tank . The spirit of development didn’t stop at the tanks only, but also it reached the weapons at sea such as the VII U-boat . The submarines also played an important role in the communication of overseas armies. In June 1944, U.S. uncovered her secret weapon that had been kept in the dark for so long, which was the Atomic bomb that used against Japan in August 1945 . The idea of this bomb was releasing a huge amount of energy from splitting the atom which was invited by Albert Einstein . This bomb broke all the records of damaging and destroying by...

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