World War I and World War II:

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In only a short span of 30 years, warfare changed more so than it had in the past 300 years, and I will compare the two wars in terms of the tactics and weapons used, and the advancement of armor in terms of tanks and how these affected the wars. Rifles were the mainstay of every army involved in both of the World Wars...
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Some armies had bolt-actions rifles through both conflicts, some switch to semi-automatic in World War II, such as the Americans with the M1 Garand. However, in World War I, the Americans used a bolt-action rifle known as the Springfield 1903, the Germans used a bolt-action rifle called the Mauser, the Russians used another bolt-action rifle by the name of the Mosin-Nagant, and the British used a Lee-Enfield bolt-action...
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