War, economy and society, 1939-1945

  title={War, economy and society, 1939-1945},
  author={Alan S. Milward},
  • A. Milward
  • Published 23 January 1978
  • Economics, History
"This remarkable book should be the standard work for a long time. A true comparative study, it relates the experience of all the main countries (and sometimes others) to a series of key issues that are deftly analyzed and not just described. In addition to the basics - production, consumption, food, finance and organization - the book deals with such famous themes as war as the bringer-of-growth and stimulus-to-technology, and such special questions as the exploitation of occupied areas and… 
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