this is a reading response based on the article in the attachment.
The ‘Great Peace’ in Europe between 1815 and 1914 was nevertheless punctuated with conflict in the form of empire-building around the world. This expansionism consolidated the nationalism in Europe that we discussed this past week and paved the way for the total wars of the twentieth century. Consider the ways nineteenth-century wars were shaped by the technologies of the industrial revolution.
How did warfare change on the battlefield and in society at large? What were the social or cultural responses to industrial war?