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There were a lot of types of artillery, such as canons or naval artillery.
The majority of casualties on the battlefields of World War I were inflicted by artillery shelling. They “soften up” enemy lines before an infantry assault.
One of its consequences is asphyxia
Yes, actually the poison gases were firstly uded in the WWI. The most used one was the chlorine gas, by the germans. It had devasting results.
Grandpa, did they use any similar weapon to the ones used in the boy in the striped pyjamas? we saw it some days ago at school
When the war started, most of the belligerents had a few unarmed, wood-and-canvas aircraft, which they intended to use as aerial scouts. Pilots were dropping grenades on enemy troops as they flew over them.
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