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Industry and War


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Industry and War

Industry and War

Textile and Consumer Industries in the War Era Beyond the Rong Model

The Belle Epoque and the First World War: Industry, Sport, Utility and Leisure, 1903–1918

War and Commercial Crisis: The Profitability of the Cadiz Insurance Industry in the 1790s

Kathryn Steen. The American Synthetic Organic Chemicals Industry: War and Politics, 1910–1930.

Parade of Homes: Salesmanship and the Post-war American Housing Industry

The American Synthetic Organic Chemicals Industry: War and Politics, 1910–1930

Sky Haunting: The British Motor-Car Industry and the World Wars1

American Occupation, Market Order, and Democracy: Recomposing the Steel Industry in Japan and Germany After World War II

Brewing Nation: War, Taxes, and the Growth of the British Beer Industry in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

Creative Cross-Fertilization and Uneven Americanization of Swedish Industry: Sources of Innovation in Post-War Motor Vehicles and Electrical Manufacturing

A Slow and Difficult Process: The Americanization of the French Steel-Producing and Using Industries after the Second World War

American Occupation, Market Order, and Democracy: Reconfiguring the Steel Industry in Japan and Germany after the Second World War

Forty years on: a war to recognise and win: How the tobacco industry has survived the revelations on smoking and health

Sinews of War: How Technology, Industry, and Transportation Won the Civil War. By Benjamin W. Bacon. (Novato: Presidio, 1997. xiv, 246 pp. $24.95, ISBN 0-89141-626-9.)

U.S. Oil Companies, the Nigerian Civil War, and the Origins of Opacity in the Nigerian Oil Industry

Women and Work after the Second World War: A Case Study of the Jute Industry, Circa 1945–1954

Introduction: Industrial Recomposition: The Steel Industry in Post‐World War II United States, Germany, and Japan

 

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