War of Attrition
Technology as we know has changed forever...
What is Attrition Warfare?
Some tactics used in Attrition Warfare are:
• Trench Warfare
•Flamethrowers were weapons that were 'sheets of flame'.
•Grenades were bombs that had a latch which was pulled and thrown to the target of choice.
•Poisonous Gas was popularly used by the Germans, yet it was used first by France. •Machine Guns were used to shoot people that crosses the No Man's Zone, now the machine gun has been advanced and is capable of much more.
•Pistols were the officer's weapon.
•Rifles were smaller sized guns, which is still the infantry's greatest asset after all these years.
•One of the larger machinery were tanks, they were designed and the use of tanks during wartime was extremely effective.
•Trench Mortars were an ancient weapon that gave fresh life in the trenches.
•U boats and submarines
Tank in WW1 looked like this, they worked very efficiently for army needs and it could take out not only people, but buildings.
U Boats and Submarines
This is a German submarine used for sneak attacks in the ocean that take out whole ships filled with civilians. For example: the Germans used U boats and submarines to sink Britain's ship, The Lusitainia.
The flamethrower was almost like a gun that shot out fire and it could burn people, trees, houses, etc.