How did World War I change the way in which wars are fought?

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World War I changed the ways wars are fought. In World War I, there were many new weapons that were introduced into combat. The Browning machine gun was used, which was a more powerful and more accurate weapon than had previously been seen in combat. Chlorine gas was a new weapon that could harm people in a chemical manner. This led to the introduction of gas masks to help protect the soldiers that might be...

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