Essay Pork: World War Ii and Dive Bombers

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The Germans advanced armored tanks with at least 70mm turret with dive bombers. Thick armour plates got rid of most of the attacks, and artilleries used in WWI could not bombard the advancing tanks due to their improved mobility. Dive bombers made panicking noise that reduced enemy's hopes of winning and created chaos in their defensive line. With little anti-air weapons prepared, many important defensive locations were bombed for German armies to come in and conquer. Tanks and infantry were mostly aiming to destroy enemy's weak spots, break their formation, and destroy one part of the army so the enemy eventually had no resistance and they had no choice but to surrender or retreat. The Germans advanced armored tanks with at least 70mm turret with dive bombers. Thick armour plates got rid of most of the attacks, and artilleries used in WWI could not bombard the advancing tanks due to their improved mobility. Dive bombers made panicking noise that reduced enemy's hopes of winning and created chaos in their defensive line. With little anti-air weapons prepared, many important defensive locations were bombed for German armies to come in and conquer. Tanks and infantry were mostly aiming to destroy enemy's weak spots, break their formation, and destroy one part of the army so the enemy eventually had no resistance and they had no choice but to surrender or retreat. The Germans advanced armored tanks with at least 70mm turret with dive bombers. Thick armour plates got rid of most of the attacks, and artilleries used in WWI could not bombard the advancing tanks due to their improved mobility. Dive bombers made panicking noise that reduced enemy's hopes of winning and created chaos in their defensive line. With little anti-air weapons prepared, many important defensive locations were bombed for German armies to come in and conquer. Tanks and infantry were mostly aiming to destroy enemy's weak spots, break their formation, and destroy one part of the army so the enemy eventually had no resistance and they had no choice but to surrender or retreat. The Germans advanced armored tanks with at least 70mm turret with dive bombers. Thick armour plates got rid of most of the attacks, and artilleries used in WWI could not bombard the advancing tanks due to their improved mobility. Dive bombers made panicking noise that reduced enemy's hopes of winning and created chaos in their defensive line. With little anti-air weapons prepared, many important defensive locations were bombed for German armies to come in and conquer. Tanks and infantry were mostly aiming to destroy enemy's weak spots, break their formation, and destroy one part of the army so the enemy eventually had no resistance and they had no choice but to surrender or retreat. The Germans advanced armored tanks with at least 70mm turret with dive bombers. Thick armour plates got rid of most of the attacks, and artilleries used in WWI could not bombard the advancing tanks due to their improved mobility. Dive bombers made panicking noise that reduced enemy's hopes of winning and created chaos in their defensive line. With little anti-air weapons prepared, many important defensive locations were bombed for German armies to come in and conquer. Tanks and infantry were mostly aiming to destroy enemy's weak spots, break their formation, and destroy one part of the army so the enemy eventually had no resistance and they had no choice but to surrender or retreat. The Germans advanced armored tanks with at least 70mm turret with dive bombers. Thick armour plates got rid of most of the attacks, and artilleries used in WWI could not bombard the advancing tanks due to their improved mobility. Dive bombers made panicking noise that reduced enemy's hopes of winning and created chaos in their defensive line. With little anti-air weapons prepared, many important defensive locations were bombed for German armies…