3 edition of Organization, functions and records of the War Shipping Administration during World War II found in the catalog.
by National Security Resources Board, General Research and Reports Division, Records Service and Management Branch in [ ]
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by Homer L. Calkin.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 82/1587|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. ; 27 cm.|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||82192890|
The following excerpts thoroughly document how capitalists really acted during the Second World War. Behind the patriotic propaganda that encouraged the working class to slaughter each other in the interests of competing national interests, international capital quietly kept the commodity circuits flowing and profits growing across all borders. During the two decades between the end of World War I and the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor, the United States withdrew into a strong protective shell consisting of isolationist, protectionist, and nativist sentiments. This urge to remain aloof from foreign entanglements had a decidedly adverse affect on the U.S. military, particularly the Army.
When Russia entered World War II, this organization became, in effect, a system of factories for collecting and preserving blood and delivering it to the front as it was needed. About 2, persons a day gave blood in Moscow, about the same number who donated at the two blood centers in New York. Over the years, Anthony became an authority on the Japanese merchant marine. During World War II, the Navy ordered Anthony to command a unit of the Pacific Fleet that concentrated on breaking the codes for the Japanese merchant fleet--which permitted U.S. submarines to decimate the Japanese merchant fleet during the war. Richard A. Arrighi.
65) The OPA’s primary objective was to curb inflation and, in that regard, it was fairly successful. Cohen writes, “in contrast to an inflation rate of 62 percent in World War I, prices rose less than 8 percent during the last two years of World War II, and Cited by: Military wives founded this organization in as they witnessed, first-hand, the effects of war on spouses and their families. The group's mission is Author: Susan Caminiti.
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The War Shipping Administration (WSA) was a World War II emergency war agency of the US government, tasked to purchase and operate the civilian shipping tonnage the US needed for fighting the shipbuilding under the Maritime Commission and ship allocation under the WSA to Army, Navy or civilian needs were closely coordinated though Vice Admiral Emory S.
Records of the Division of Regulations Records of the Division of Operations Records of the Division of Research and Statistics Established: As an independent agency, by the Merchant Marine Act (49 Stat.
), J U.S. Shipping Board Bureau, Department of Commerce (). During World War II, its functions included the determination of shipping requirements for the Navy and the procurement of merchant-type vessels from the War Shipping Administration.
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During World War II voyages sometimes lasted as long as 12 months, so the skill and creativity of the galley in preparing 1 cold and 3 hot meals each day for 80 men affected the morale of the crew. The War Shipping Administration made special arrangements to provision ships.
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