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6 records found on category [World War One]
Anti-submarine tactics in the First World War by Sakhal

[fl][i]In the spring of 1917, the offensive of the U-boat reached its peak point, threatening with forcing England to starvation. However, the development of anti-submarine weapons, such as depth charges, and the adoption of defensive tactics, particularl...

[ Date: 2019-09-11 | Length: 24 Kb | Update: 2020-09-05 ]
The Fokker Scourge by Sakhal

An important revolution In 1915 it took place a revolution in the tactics of air combat: the apparition of a technique that allowed to fire a machine gun through the propeller arc. Until then, the only way of arming a biplane aircraft, with the prope...

[ Date: 2015-06-28 | Length: 14 Kb | Update: Never ]
The military aviation in 1914 by Sakhal

The diverse air forces In August 1914, the "heavier than the air" component of the German Imperial Aviation Corps had 246 aircraft, 254 pilots and 271 observers. There were 33 Feldflieger Abteilungen (Field Aviation Section), each with six aircraft, ...

[ Date: 2015-06-27 | Length: 14 Kb | Update: Never ]
The dawn of military aviation by Sakhal

The First World War saw how the primitive exploration aircraft of the first years of the war passed, from shooting with pistols each other, to mount fast-firing machine guns that could fire through the arc of the propeller. In the first decade of the...

[ Date: 2015-06-26 | Length: 19 Kb | Update: 2015-07-16 ]
An insight into the First World War by Sakhal

The 21st February 1916, the 5th German Army started with a salvo of two thousands gunshots over a front of only 10 kilometers in width the attack to the fortress in Verdun. The French,commanded by General Petain, replied to the German artillery fire w...

[ Date: 2015-02-04 | Length: 18 Kb | Update: Never ]
Towards the modern fortification by Sakhal

[fl][b]The fortification after the Middle Ages: the castle and the wall change to withstand the artillery[/b][/fl][p] The first cannons benefited the defense of castles more than their siege, mainly due to their low power and short range which characteri...

[ Date: 2014-10-24 | Length: 32 Kb | Update: 2020-11-13 ]