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World War II -- Documents

   
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  1. 5 years of war
    Includes a statistical record of the British Royal Air Force versus the German Luftwaffe, 1940-1944.

  2. 50 facts about Britain at war

  3. 50 facts about Britain's war effort

  4. 50 facts about British women at war

  5. 73 questions and answers about the WAAC
    Includes errata explaining the change of WAAC in 1943 to the U. S. Army Women's Army Corps.

  6. A children's charter in wartime

  7. A graphic history of the war: September 1, 1939 to May 10, 1942
    Prepared for use with the War Department orientation course.

  8. A handbook for air raid wardens

  9. A handbook for decontamination squads
    Contains information on methods of decontamination of road surfaces, buildings, household articles and vehicles in the case of a poisonous gas attack.

  10. A handbook for demolition and clearance crews
    One of a series of civilian defense handbooks used to instruct the civilian defense worker in his duties, and to serve as a manual of reference.

  11. A handbook for fire watchers
    One of a series of civilian defense handbooks used to instruct the civilian defense worker in his duties, and to serve as a manual for reference.

  12. A handbook for messengers
    One of a series of civilian defense handbooks used to instruct the individual civilian defense worker in his duties, and to serve as a manual for reference.

  13. A handbook for rescue squads
    One of a series of civilian defense handbooks used to instruct the civilian defense worker in his duties, and to serve as a manual for reference.

  14. A handbook for road repair crews
    One of a series of handbooks used to instruct the civilian defense worker in his duties, and to serve as a manual for reference.

  15. A personal message to the mothers, wives, fathers, brothers, sisters and friends of service men

  16. A report on army special service activities and facilities to nonmilitary operting agencies

  17. Administrative highlights of the WRA program
    Includes information about organizational structure, budget, personnel, and other functions of administrative management of the WRA program.

  18. Air raid defense training for federal employees

  19. Air raid shelters in buildings

  20. Air raid warning system

  21. Air raid warning system

  22. All for one, one for all: the story of lend-lease

  23. America's biggest war plant

  24. American selective service: a brief account of its historical background and its probable future form

  25. Another 50 facts about Britain at war

  26. Any bonds today?
    Theme song of the National Defense Savings Program.

  27. As Hitler sowed
    Documents the success of the British Royal Air Force against Germany, 1940-1942.

  28. Axis oppression of education

  29. Axis treatment of women

  30. Back of the fighting front, Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, United States Army

  31. Bataan and Corregidor
    A selective bibliography of books and monographs relating to the battles of Bataan and Corregidor. All materials cited are available from the Navy Department Library, Washington, D. C.

  32. Battle stations for all: the story of the fight to control living costs

  33. Battlenecks: Army ordnance
    This pamphlet (issued by the Army Ordnance Department in 1943) cites the accomplishements of ee motproduction front fightersot;&qu during World War II and how each contributed to solving a problem and eliminating a "battleneck". ("Battleneck" is a play on words for "bottleneck", and refers to a restricted flow of materials on the production front, during the war.)

  34. Be a Marine, free a Marine to fight

  35. Blackouts
    A pamphlet providing instruction for local civilian defense organizations in proper procedures to achieve effective blackouts.

  36. Bonds or bombs?
    This publication is a leaflet about the importance of buying war bonds.

  37. Bougainville and the Northern Solomons
    This account of the role played by Marines in the Bougainville and Northern Solomons is the fourth in a series of narratives intended to provide accurate and complete information on Marine Corps operations in World War II. Maps used in this volume were prepared by the Reproduction Department, Marine Corps Schools, Quantico, Virginia. Included are official Marine Corps, Navy and Army photographs. [Other titles in this series: The Defense of Wake, The Battle for Tarawa, Marines at Midway]

  38. Britain and World War II: a chronology

  39. Build and fight with the Seabees and follow your trade in the Navy

  40. Can the Germans be re-educated?
    This pamphlet is one of a series made available by the War Department under the series G. I. Roundtable. As the general title indicates, G. I. Roundtable pamphlets provide material which orientation and education officers may use in conducting group discussions or forums as part of an off-duty education program.

  41. Can war marriages be made to work?
    This pamphlet is one of a series made available by the War Department under the series G. I. Roundtable. As the general title indicates, G. I. Roundtable pamphlets provide material which orientation and education officers may use in conducting group discussions or forums as part of an off-duty education program.

  42. Can we prevent future wars?
    This pamphlet is one of a series made available by the War Department under the series G. I. Roundtable. As the general title indicates, G. I. Roundtable pamphlets provide material which orientation and education officers may use in conducting group discussions or forums as part of an off-duty education program.

  43. Cartoons - humorous and editorial
    A series of cartoons selected from "Victory: Official Weekly of the Agencies in the Office of Emergency Management." Topics include: Conservation, recycling scrap, rationing, and war production.

  44. Charter of the United Nations, together with the statute of the International Court of Justice, signed at the United Nations Conference on International Organization, San Francisco, California, June 26, 1945

  45. Children bear the promise of a better world: are they getting the right start in life?

  46. Children bear the promise of a better world: are we defending their right to health?

  47. Children bear the promise of a better world: are we helping those with special needs?

  48. Children bear the promise of a better world: are we safeguarding those whose mothers work?

  49. Children bear the promise of a better world: have they the protection of proper food?

  50. Children bear the promise of a better world: our nation does not need their toil

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