MANPOWER - The Story of Britain's Mobilisation for War.
HMSO, London, 1944, 1st edn., paperback original, 60pp, 16pp half tone photo ills., half tone photo ills. inside wrappers, stapled photo montage wrappers, 8.5 x 5.5", an account of the mobilisation of the British civilian population to supplement the manpower lost to the armed forces, with women working in non-combatant roles in the armed forces, in civil defence, in munitions, shipbuilding and engineering factories, on the land, etc., with accounts of the associated problems of moving the workforce where it was needed, providing for the welfare, feeding, hostel and entertainment needs, etc, lightly rubbed at tips, some faint foxing, binding reinforced and staples replaced, very good,
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Keywords: war ww2 hmso home front civilian worker industrial service conscription reserved occupation civil defence land army girls munitions factories concientious objector vf45