Last week, I posed the following interesting question to Paul, then posted it to Facebook:
What technology was known to the Allies during World War 2 — that likely would have helped them win the war faster (or with less damage or casualties) — but that was not used?
The question occurred to me while listening to Max Hastings’ excellent history of World War 2 — Inferno. Hastings says that the Germans had radar but never made good use of it, as the British did during the Battle of Britain.
Paul and I couldn’t think of any stellar examples, but I thought that y’all of the interwebs might have some suggestions.