2nd October 2019

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What did the airplane do in ww1?

An invention called an "interrupter" was invented by the Germans that allowed the machine gun to be synchronized with the propeller. Soon all fighter planes used this invention. With mounted machine guns, pilots often fought enemy pilots in the air. These fights in the air were called dogfights.

In respect to this, why was the invention of the airplane so important?

Airplanes are important because they are capable of transporting parcels as well as people to the other side of the world in less than a day. Before the advent of safe and convenient travel by airplane, journeys took much longer and were more difficult. Thats why invention of airplanes was considered important.

How did the Zeppelin change the war?

Significance: The first time aerial bombardment was used on a larger scale during conflict, targeting civilians in their home cities. Impact: 51 Zeppelin air raids took place in WWI. The biggest damage was psychological, as the zeppelins caused terror within the civilian population.
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