Industrial America in the World War : The Strategy Behind the Line, 1917-1918

Industrial America in the World War : The Strategy Behind the Line, 1917-1918

Industrial America in the World War : The Strategy Behind the Line, 1917-1918

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Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1923. First edition, Hardcover. 573pp; Book has very little wear and only slight corner bumping, some fading to spine, small amounts of underlining in pen throughout, age toning to pages, no dust jacket. Very good condition.

This publication concerns the final phase of America's industrial and economic mobilization in World War I. It focuses on the men of the War Industries Board and has many photographs of these men as well. Some interesting chapter titles include: The Story of Copper, Brass and other Non-Ferrous Munition Metals; Leather and Rubber Go to War; and Power and Transportation as Fighting Factors.

Publisher
Houghton Mifflin Company
Binding
Hardcover
Tags
First Edition