A detailed report on the efforts of the British government and industry to maintain and increase iron and steel production during the First World War. Drawing on official documents, company records, and interviews with key figures, Hatch documents the challenges and successes of the iron and steel industry during this critical period. His book is an essential resource for anyone interested in the economics and technology of wartime production.
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