At the outbreak of the Second World War in September 1939, a rapid rush for rearmament ensued, with all sides concentrating on providing the latest equipment and machinary for their troops in an effort to gain an early upper hand on the enemy. With factories working day and night to meet the emormous demand, both side built machines of war that pushed the boundaries in technological advancement. The Germans for example, began work on the fearsome Tiger Tank, whilst the British started mass production of the Spitfire. However, the epic fight for supremacy on the waves was a distinguishing factor of the Second World War.
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