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Air technology of World War I

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Social Studies +2 Age Levels Middle School (13 to 15 years old), High School (16 to 18 years old)

Technological advancements contributed to World War I costing more money and killing more people than all previous wars in history.

Students will be able to answer the question: What kinds technology existed during the First World war and what were their impacts on the war?

Sopwith 7F.1 Snipe

National Air and Space Museum

Bombsight, British, Mark 1A

National Air and Space Museum

Pfalz D.XII

National Air and Space Museum

German naval airship L43

Imperial War Museum

Fokker D.VII

National Air and Space Museum

Camera, Aerial, Hare, Patent Field

National Air and Space Museum

Doughboy Uniform

National Museum of American History

Liberty L-8 (Packard) V-8 Engine

National Air and Space Museum

Caudron G-4

National Air and Space Museum