economic contributes in world war 1
Economic progress gave an overwhelming advantage in the struggle for global power. Agriculture and mobilization were of great significance because peasant farmers could find food to sustain their warriors, while German mobilization redirected resources such as horses and men to facilitate the struggle. Quantity and quality of economic resources also influenced the first world war. The less developed economies were not available for fighting, and therefore, meeting the requirements of collaboration. Moreover, mechanization in form of tanks, ships, airplanes, guns, and ammunition eased the struggle due to hastened transport and communication, apart from increasing efficiency in attacking rivals.