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history of munitions supply in Canada, 1914-1918

David Carnegie

history of munitions supply in Canada, 1914-1918

by David Carnegie

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Published by Longmans, Green in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Canada,
  • Munitions,
  • Canada -- Armed Forces -- Supplies and stores

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementDavid Carnegie.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsD547 C2C37
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxvii, 336 p. :
    Number of Pages336
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14212385M

    See also, generally, Garth S. Wilson, A History of Shipbuilding and Naval Architecture in Canada (Ottawa: National Museum of Science and Technology, ). David Carnegie, 5 The History of Munitions Supply in Canada, (London: Longmans, Green and Company, ), chap. 23; Great Britain, History of Ministry of Munitions, vol. 2, pt.   The lessons of were near enough in people’s memories that the idea of Victory Bonds or women working in munitions factories needed little introduction. It is unlikely that “Rosie the Riveter” did the same job in both wars, but entirely feasible that she was doing the sort of work in the s that her mother, or at least women Author: John Douglas Belshaw.

    Filed under: World War, America Here and Over There (New York and Cincinnati: Abingdon Press, c), by Luther Barton Wilson (illustrated HTML at ) Between St. Dennis and St. George: A Sketch of Three Civilisations (London et al.: Hodder and Stoughton, ), by Ford Madox Ford (multiple formats at ). the United Kingdom in Canada for one hundred Bren Gun tracked carriers, an order extraordinarily ended by London just after the outbreak of war. Nor was there much of a legacy from the industrial war effort of the Great War of The British government then had arranged its own procurement in Canada through the Imperial Munitions Board, andFile Size: KB.

    Part 1 – Munitions Supply 8/ Part 2 – The Treasury Agreement 10/ Part 3 – The Armaments Output Committee 10/ Part 4 – The Munitions of War Act, 10/ Volume 2 General organisation for munitions supply and general administration Part 1 – Administrative Policy and Organisation 9/ Abstract: The Munitions Supply Program (MSP) is a long-term procurement program that sustains a domestic munitions industrial base that consists of a group of government-franchised monopolies contracted by Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) on behalf of the Department of National Defence. This report first provides an overview of the evolution of the program from its.


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History of munitions supply in Canada, 1914-1918 by David Carnegie Download PDF EPUB FB2

"Includes brief description of the work of the Imperial Munitions Board (Dept. of Aeronautical Supplies) under Major Austin Taylor, to supply B.C. Sitka spruce for aeroplanes, and the building of wooden ships in B.C.

under the direction of R.P. Butchart. Also: Canadian catalogue lists a Toronto, Longmans Green, ed. No copy located."-- Edwards, M.

H., Lort, J. R., & Carmichael, W. The History of Munitions Supply in Canada 1914-1918 book Carnegie] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : David Carnegie. The history of munitions supply in Canada,by David Carnegie., Toronto Public Library.

Genre/Form: Stamps Labels: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Carnegie, David, History of munitions supply in Canada, London, New York. The history of munitions supply in Canada, / by David Carnegie Longmans, Green and Co London ; New York [etc.] Australian/Harvard Citation Carnegie, David.

The history of munitions supply in Canada, Books Medical services in war: the principal medical lessons of the Second World War: based on the official medical. History of the Department of Munitions and Supply: Canada in the Second World War, Volume 2 John de Navarre Kennedy E.

Cloutier, King's Printer and Controller of Stationery. History of the Department of Munitions and Supply: Canada in the Second World War Kennedy, J.

de N. (John de Navarre),Book, 2 volumes. The Evolution of the British Army's Logistical and Administrative Infrastructure and its Influence on GHQ's Operational and Strategic Decision-Making on the Western Front, – (PhD). London: London University. OCLC ; Carnegie, David ().

The History of Munitions Supply in Canada – Newbury: Countryside Books. ISBN CS1 maint: ref=harv ; Carnegie, David (). The History of Munitions Supply in Canada London: Longmans, Green and Co. Cocroft, Wayne D. Dangerous Energy: The archaeology of gunpowder and military explosives manufacture.

Swindon: English Heritage. ISBN History Of The Department Of Munitions And Supply - Canada In The Second World War Volume I (Book): Canada. History of the Department of Munitions and Supply. Canada in the Second World War. Two Volumes. Vol. Production Branches and Crown Companies.

Vol. Controls, Service and Finance Branches, and Units Associated with the Department. Author Kennedy, J. de N Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - fine Quantity available 1 Binding.

Preparing this history of the Ministry of Munitions was started during the War itself. It was felt that consulting the officials concerned whilst they were still in post was vital, particularly as many such posts were temporary, and while the questions with which the history.

The History of Munitions Supply in Canada 1st Ed., xxvii+pp., 53 illus. Longmans. # Detailed account of organisation & implementation of fuze & shell manufacture, &c., by a member of the Shell Committee & Imperial Munitions Board. The Department of Munitions and Supply was Canada's principal agency for co-ordinating domestic industry during World War II.

It was decided that a civilian department should control the production of munitions for Canada and its allies, and accordingly Parliament passed the Munitions and Supply Act in September and brought it into force.

Brand’s role, except as a financial expert, is given somewhat more notice in D. Carnegie, The History of Munitions Supply in Canada – (), the semi-official history of Canada’s munitions production.

In the introduction to this work, written by the wartime Canadian Prime Minister, Sir Robert Borden, the latter notes that without Cited by: 1.

The two World Wars placed unprecedented demands on their participants and had a profound impact on many aspects of national life. The mobilization of human and material resources for total war by three nations in the twentieth century was discussed at the Seventh Royal Military College Military History Symposium in March In this volume of essays from the Symposium, Arthur Marwick offers.

Canada’s role in the First World War. The armistice of Novembrought relief to the whole world. Never before had there been such a conflict.

For a nation of eight million people Canada’s war effort was remarkable. The Department of Munitions and Supply was the Canadian federal government ministry responsible for co-ordinating domestic industry during World War II. It was created by the Department of Munitions and Supply Act with C.D.

Howe as its Minister. The Department produced armaments for the war effort and regulated the use of gasoline, silk and other strategic commodities in Canada order to prioritize.

Eyewitness Accounts from Canada’s Military History, Torontop. ↑ Ibid., pp. ↑ Holt, Richard: Filling the Ranks. Recruiting, Training and Reinforcements in the Canadian Expeditionary Force (thesis), University of Western Ontariop.

This dissertation has been published as Filling the Ranks. The History of Munitions Supply in Canada Carnegie, David.

Catalogue No. r £ ($) A Memorial Record of Watsonians Who Served in the Great War Findlay, H J [preface] Catalogue No. k £ Barter Books, Alnwick Station, Northumberland NE66 2NP.The British Empire played a crucial part in the First World War, supplying hundreds of thousands of soldiers and labourers as well as a range of essential resources, from foodstuffs to minerals, mules, and munitions.

In turn, many imperial territories were deeply affected by wartime phenomena, such.The War Economy and Controls: Munitions. The federal government established the Department of Munitions and Supply in April to control the production of munitions for Canada and its allies.

C.D. Howe was its political head; he led and others, inspired, followed. He and his department not only equipped Canada's armed forces but also got orders from outside the country, chiefly from Britain.