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Master of Science (MS)
School of Teacher Education and Leadership
Arden N. Frandsen
The Second World War, often called the Global War, is largely a war of technocracy. The last few decades have seen many discoveries and inventions which, when used in war, have far reaching implications. To a relatively large extent the United States and the United Nations have left many of these discoveries in the theoretical state, thus allowing a large margin of advantage to the Axis Nations who have rather thoroughly exploited, for military purposes, new discoveries at their command. Since the two groups of nations have come to grips it means that survival demands extensive ramifications of all discoveries which in any way will aid in the prosecution of the war.
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