War and Its Influences Progress of Civilization



Civilization is any multifarious society characterized by urban expansion, social stratification, emblematic communication forms and a perceived natural environment by culture, civilization is referred to as advancement. Civilization is intimately associated with social, political and economic characteristics including centralization, specialization of labor, monumental architecture, taxation, and social dependence. War has a profound impact on technology, the World War II being an example of a global war led to technology advancements that were and are still of great benefits, for instance, the development of air travel technology that was brought about by the end of the World War II. Through this, there was the promotion of transport that made it possible and easy to travel across the world. This advancement has made the world a global village whereby someone can quickly travel across the world with a span of a moment. The advancement has aided in advancing civilization and thus proving that war can influence civilization. Second, war has an impact on technological progress in the medical science arena. AFR contributed to the need to preserve more lives in case of war and to invent better ways of killing enemies using science technology. The use of scientific methods to fight was evident during the world war I and II, where scientific and medical inventions were advanced, for instance after the world war I, countries like Russia were on the front line to invent better methods of fighting after they had been defeated.