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America organizes to win the war; a handbook on the American war effort. Edited by Erling M. Hunt.

Contributor(s): Hunt, Erling M. (Erling Messer), 1901-1978 [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Essay index reprint series: Publisher: Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press [1942]Copyright date: ©1942Description: xiii, 426 pages illustrations 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0836928857; 9780836928853.Subject(s): World War, 1939-1945 -- United StatesDDC classification: 940.53/73
Contents:
What are the fundamental issues of the war? By H.S. Commager. -- How did the war begin and spread over the world? By F.L. Schuman. -- How does this war differ from other American wars? By M. Lerner. -- How is the Navy organized to fight the war? By P. Schubert. -- How is the Army organized to fight the war? By S.L.A. Marshall. -- How is the Air Force organized to fight the war? By L.D. Lyman. -- How can America co-operate with its allies? By H.M. Vinacke. -- What are the farmers doing to help the war effort? By C.R. Wickard. -- How are we organizing our industrial machine to outproduce the enemy? By A.E. Dodd. -- How can American labor help the war effort? By J. Chamberlain. -- How can we pay for the war? By D.C. Coyle. -- How can censorship help win the war? By B. Price. -- How are we organized for psychological warfare? By L. Farago. -- How can individuals keep a healthy morale in wartime? By A.U. Pope. -- What are the scientists doing? By W. Kaempffert. -- How can the Nation strengthen its health? By P. De Kruif. -- How can young people help? By C.H. Judd. -- How can artists and writers help the war effort? By D.C. Fisher. -- What are we fighting for? By W. Churchill and F.D. Roosevelt. -- Foundations of the peace, by H.A. Wallace. -- Afterword: To the young people who study this book, and Study suggestions, by E.M. Hunt.
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D769 .A58 1972 (Browse shelf) Available 0000100961168
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What are the fundamental issues of the war? By H.S. Commager. -- How did the war begin and spread over the world? By F.L. Schuman. -- How does this war differ from other American wars? By M. Lerner. -- How is the Navy organized to fight the war? By P. Schubert. -- How is the Army organized to fight the war? By S.L.A. Marshall. -- How is the Air Force organized to fight the war? By L.D. Lyman. -- How can America co-operate with its allies? By H.M. Vinacke. -- What are the farmers doing to help the war effort? By C.R. Wickard. -- How are we organizing our industrial machine to outproduce the enemy? By A.E. Dodd. -- How can American labor help the war effort? By J. Chamberlain. -- How can we pay for the war? By D.C. Coyle. -- How can censorship help win the war? By B. Price. -- How are we organized for psychological warfare? By L. Farago. -- How can individuals keep a healthy morale in wartime? By A.U. Pope. -- What are the scientists doing? By W. Kaempffert. -- How can the Nation strengthen its health? By P. De Kruif. -- How can young people help? By C.H. Judd. -- How can artists and writers help the war effort? By D.C. Fisher. -- What are we fighting for? By W. Churchill and F.D. Roosevelt. -- Foundations of the peace, by H.A. Wallace. -- Afterword: To the young people who study this book, and Study suggestions, by E.M. Hunt.

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