"the greatest invention of World War I was not so much any particular machine but the war machine itself. In the United States especially, the war helped assemble the loosely connected elements of technology, industry, academic science, and government into the first glimmerings of what President Eisenhower would later dub the 'military-industrial complex.'"
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Science, Technology, and the First World War
M. Anthony Mills and Mark P. Mills at The New Atlantis