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© HarperCollins Publishers 2010 Change and continuity How did World War Two differ from World War One?
© HarperCollins Publishers 2010 Change and continuity Objectives In this activity you will: Learn how air warfare changed from World War One to World War Two. Discuss whether technology makes war more deadly.
© HarperCollins Publishers 2010 Change and continuity How did World War Two differ from World War One? What are the differences between the two planes below? What does this tell us about why wars were different?
© HarperCollins Publishers 2010 Change and continuity Development of air warfare Air warfare became important in World War One. To begin with, aircraft were used for reconnaissance, that is, to find out what the enemy were doing. The success of this led to aircraft being armed in order to attack and defend reconnaissance aircraft.
© HarperCollins Publishers 2010 Change and continuity Alongside fighters, bomber aircraft were also developed to bomb troops out of artillery range. All sides bombed military targets, but opinions were divided on whether it was acceptable to bomb cities. This was a tactic Germany adopted, first using Zeppelins and then Gotha bombers. In World War Two, aircraft became increasingly important. They were faster, better armed and had a longer range. Development of air warfare
© HarperCollins Publishers 2010 Change and continuity How did World War Two differ from World War One? Which of the following statements apply to World War One? Jet aircraft were used in this conflict. Gotha and Zeppelins were used in this conflict. The Blitz took place during this conflict. The cult of the ‘ace’ was born. Aircraft started off as reconnaissance. Small-scale airdrops of supplies took place. Rocket powered V1 and V2 missiles were used. Britain suffered over 60,000 civilian casualties.
© HarperCollins Publishers 2010 Change and continuity How did World War Two differ from World War One? Which of the following statements apply to World War Two? Jet aircraft were used in this conflict. Gotha and Zeppelins were used in this conflict. The Blitz took place during this conflict. The cult of the ‘ace’ was born. Aircraft started off as reconnaissance. Small-scale airdrops of supplies took place. Rocket powered V1 and V2 missiles were used. Britain suffered over 60,000 civilian casualties.
© HarperCollins Publishers 2010 Change and continuity How did World War Two differ from World War One? How did aerial warfare change between the two World Wars? How did this change the way the wars went? What do you think is meant by ‘total’ war? Was World War One a total war? Was World War Two a total war?
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