Civil War. Alexis Castillo, Fabricio Meza, Flor Romero, Jordan Rodriguez. Nature of 20th Century Wars . 1) Nature of 20th century wars •Technological developments , tactics and strategies, air, land and sea: Revolutions would include : Cavalry, artillery, Machine Guns, tanks
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Alexis Castillo, Fabricio Meza, Flor Romero, Jordan Rodriguez
1)Nature of 20th century wars
•Technologicaldevelopments, tactics and strategies, air, land and sea: Revolutions would include : Cavalry, artillery, Machine Guns, tanks
•Homefront: economic and social impact (including changes in the role and status of women): Women would assist by aiding soldiers with medical care or with nutrition. Also, women would fight with the men
20th Century Civil Wars tended to be short (exception: Chinese Civil War and Mexican Revolution)
Two major ideologies led to civil war: monarchism and democracy, ethnicity, class system.
•Resistance and revolutionary movements used guerilla warfare
Example ofCivilWar (Mexican Revolution): Women fought with men and gave medical care, Pancho Villa used American funded weapons like: machine guns and artillery. This was a civil war brought up by a great class division and racism.
-to take control of the country or a region
-to achieve independence for a region
-to change government policies
-made reforms that undid all the work done by leaders such as Juarez