World War I and Way Central Force Essays

Submitted By Bluesky1093
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Essay #2

War World I is the bloodiest, deadly and dark battle. Professor Grubb states “it the great war”, because high technology, different tacket . These new technologies change the way central force and allied force fought. For example; machine guns, artillery& trench mortars, flamethrowers, tanks, flight, poison gas, casualties, war animals and trench warfare. All of these new tackes change in positive or negative. Germans were the first to use poison gas in the battle of Ypres therefore; France and Britain had begun developing their own chemical weapons and gas masks. As result causing the central and Allied to improve their weapons. Trench warfare are long muddy tolls where soldiers are fighting against each and the land between the lines are “no man’s land”. Trenches are dangerous and endless fought but many soldiers became artistic in the trench, by expressing poems, artwork and memorials. Many of soldiers express their feeling during WWI by making poems. These peoms during this time period affected the soldiers and readers by showing the causes and effects of the WWI. The poem In Flanders Field was written by Lt.Col. John McCrea from Canadian Army. This about remembrance, for soldiers that served not to forget the dead, which were buried. McCrea states, “ We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, Loved and were loved, and we lie, In Flanders fields”. He is telling the “we” the soldier come and concorde and “we” are buried in “Flanders field” in foreign land. He wants to remember, respect and love for those who were lost in the foreign countries. Next, is artwork the ways how soldiers express their feeling towards WWI. Paul Nash was a British soldier and showed his feeling with postcards painting. In 1917, his piece Wire , portiats dark, scare and no life field. We are Making a New World , is