Lord Of The Flies Science And Technology

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Sherell Yarns Yarns 1 May 14th 2015 Mr. Rossow May 14th, 2015 Lord of the Flies science and technology The science and technology of world war two (WWII) aided many countries in their self-defense and protected them against German tyranny. German technology, including weapons and armament exceeded that of the allied forces and provided Germany with a greater advantage during times of conflict. There were two critical developments in WWII that helped shape the outcome of the war, one of them being the hoax of secrecy systems to protect national security concerns and the scientific intelligence programs. The book Lord of the Flies was written by well-known English author William Golding in 1954. The book is about a group of boys during the WWII era, who survive a plane crash on a tropical island. The boys subsequently created a society which governed everyday life, assigned duties, responsibilities and established an overall leader. The close relations that developed between scientist and the government were just as important as the actual technology that shaped the outcome of the war. Such as certain scientists being able to research and identify progress of weapons development and sensitive information from the opponents. “Total productivity growth made a substantial contribution to output growth in Germany.” (Foreign relations, 23). German technology was usually equal to or more advanced of the allied forces and provided them [Germany]
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