The electronic methods of verbal and pictorial communications, combined with equal advances in types of transport used by armies today, are obviously in stark contrast to what was available almost a century ago. Additionally large scale battles requiring huge numbers of combatants are a thing of the past. Consider a ‘Then and Now’ project. Small groups could take one of the pictures on these pages, consider what has changed, stayed the same or been developed since WW I, then give a presentation on their findings. (The Royal Flying Corps, formed in 1912, was not used as a form of troop transport at this stage).
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Work Sheet 5 – What communications were there ?
13 July 2012
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