Mobilizing United States Industry in World War 2: Myth and Reality
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Mobilizing United States Industry in World War 2: Myth and Reality

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McNair Paper No. 50.
Explores the mobilization efforts of the United States during World War 2. Claims that the production of munitions could have been much greater if inefficiency and lack of preparation had not hindered the mobilization. Appendixes include tables of munitions production and listing of war agencies.
Paperback, 167 pages
Published September 6th 1996 by National Defense University
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