World War I tech [electronic resource] / produced by Actuality Productions, Inc. ; History Television Network Productions ; The History Channel ; producer, Bruce Nash ; written and produced by Matthew P. Hickey
- Burlington, VT : A&E Television Networks,  and New York, NY : Distributed by New Video.
- Physical Description:
- 1 streaming video file (51 min.).
- Additional Creators:
- Atwater, William F. (William Felix), 1945-, Barnett, Ned B., Hickey, Matthew P., Holliday, Clifford W. (Clifford Wilfred), 1898-2004, Jardim, Frank, Kirby, Arthur S., and Raphael, Max
- World War One epitomized the dark underbelly of the industrial revolution. The technological achievements that had streamlined 19th century production, improved transportation and expanded science were put to use and efficiently decimated an entire generation of soldiers during the early 20th century. Some of the technology discussed includes - the first bombing airplanes; the earliest tanks; submarines; and the first large-scale use of chemical weapons. All these and more were introduced in the "Great War," and the after-effects are still being felt today.
- Audience Notes:
- MPAA rating: Not rated.
- Modern marvels : The greatest engineering achievements of the 20th century. and AVAILABLE ONLINE TO AUTHORIZED PSU USERS.
- Reproduction Note:
- Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2010. (American history in video). Available via World Wide Web.
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