Fighting on Two Wheels

World War One was the first mechanised war, where modern, well-equipped armies met each other on a level playing field

David Lloyd George called World War One ‘an engineer’s war’ and by 1918 there had been a terrific surge in the invention or technological improvement to many existing and new machines. Technology became commonplace in war and the tank, fighter and bomber aircraft, submarines, flamethrowers, pinpoint-accurate artillery and airships all became a familiar sight.

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