2 edition of War industrial facilities authorized July 1940-August 1945 found in the catalog.
War industrial facilities authorized July 1940-August 1945
United States. Civilian Production Administration.
by Civilian production administration, industrial statistics division in [Washington]
Written in English
|LC Classifications||HC106.4 .A29332|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. incl. tables|
|Number of Pages||542|
|LC Control Number||46027931|
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During the American Civil War, the federal government intervened in a growing financial sector and developed fiscal and monetary policies adequate to the Union's military and industrial needs. In the war's aftermath, New York's banks, and the credit the banks made available, financed a rapid expansion of American industry and transportation. STAT. PUBLIC LAW —NOV. 17, Public Law th Congress An Act °^'—' To provide for the conservation and development of water and related resources, to [S. ] authorize the United States Army Corps of Engineers to construct various projects for improvements to rivers and harbors of the United States, and for other purposes.
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2, Number 38 - Septem The Technical World War II the Corps of Engineers superintended the largest construction program in the nations history, providing the home base for a United States Army that grew to more than eight million men and women. The Corps-related construction work included development of the facilities for making atomic bombs.
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Foreword. In World War II the Corps of Engineers superintended the largest con-struction program in the nation's history, providing the home base for a United States Army that grew to more than eight million men and women.
The Corps-related construction work included development of the facilities for making atomic bombs. In telling the story of these herculean efforts the authors set 5/5(3). Foodstuffs and Tobacco from Survey of Current Business, June Aaron Stanton Merrill (Ma – Febru ) also known as Tip Merrill was an American rear admiral during World War II who led American naval forces during the Solomon Islands campaign as well as the first admiral to solely use radar for fire control during wartime.
New!!: Radar and Aaron S. Merrill See more».JULY. -- Work was begun to improve harbor at CHICAGO. -- Daily air-mail service begun between New York and CHICAGO.
-- Railroad employees' wages reduced by 12% by Railway Labor Board. -- Beginning today, over $6 million will be spent during this federal fiscal year on Cal-Sag Project.