2 edition of industries of the Clyde Valley during the war found in the catalog.
industries of the Clyde Valley during the war
W. R. Scott
|Statement||by W. R. Scott and J. Cunnison.|
|Series||Economic and Social History of the World War, Publications of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Division of Economics and History|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 224p. ;|
|Number of Pages||224|
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The River Clyde (Scottish Gaelic: Abhainn Chluaidh, pronounced [ˈavɪɲ ˈxl̪ˠuəj], Scots: Clyde Watter, or Watter o Clyde) is a river that flows into the Firth of Clyde in Scotland. It is the eighth-longest river in the United Kingdom, and the second-longest in Scotland.
Traveling through the major city of Glasgow, it was an important river for shipbuilding and trade in the British inovelpapery.icu: Glasgow. The industries of the Clyde valley during the War (Oxford, ), p.
there were 25 complaints. A typical contested case which emphasized the straight substitution of women for men during the war concerned the prosecution of a Glasgow firm of packing box manufacturers accused by the Amalgamated Society of Woodcutting Machinists of Author: Gerry R.
Rubin. Clyde Engineering was an Australian manufacturer of locomotives, rolling stock, and other industrial products. It was founded in September by a syndicate of Sydney businessmen buying the Granville factory of timber merchants Hudson Brothers.
The company won contracts for railway rolling stock, a sewerage system, trams and agricultural inovelpapery.icuarters: North Sydney. "This volume is intended to be complementary to that already issued on The industries of the Clyde valley during the war [by W.R. Scott and J. Cunnison]"--Page .
Description: xvi, pages including tables, diagrams, forms, folded map 25 cm. Contents. Nov 12, · Although Scott and Cunnison in their book The Industries of the Clyde Valley During the War cite a figure of 28, women employed in munitions in Scotland in Octoberthe authors acknowledged that the number does not include women from every munitions factory and inovelpapery.icu: Conrad Krebs.
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Inverclyde Shipbuilding & Engineering. Search this site. · The authors of the book from which this extract is taken were university economists. While steel is the most important item for shipbuilding, it is only one of a large number of materials on which the industry depends.
The Industries of the Clyde Valley During the War. “It was seven days a week,” said Clyde Odom of Mobile. “And during the war when it was so strong, it was twelve-hour days five days a week, ten hours on Saturday, eight hours on Sunday, you.
Abstract ‘S eldom has a prominent politician, a leading representative of the Governing class, been treated with so little respect by a meeting of the workers. It is evident that the feeling of servility towards their masters no longer holds first place in the minds of the Clyde workers.
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The major air base at Prestwick. Discover the history of the Clydebank Blitz with the Clyde Waterfront Heritage Guide. Due to the crucial wartime role of its shipbuilders, Clydebank suffered heavy bombing during the Second World War.
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Brownell, ), by John J. Vrooman, ed. by Elijah. By, people north of the border were engaged in manufacturing ordnance. The Clyde Valley in particular churned out munitions and supplies at a prodigious rate, making everything from blankets for the troops through to tanks - a military invention used for the first time in the Great War.
Glasgow & Clyde Valley cuts a swathe through west central Scotland and includes the following local authority areas: West Dunbartonshire, East Dunbartonshire, Inverclyde, Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire, City of Glasgow, North Lanarkshire and South Lanarkshire.
It thus extends from the largest city in Scotland to some of the country's most remote areas and, almost, to its highest village.
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Oct 15, · Clyde Valley in the Blitz by clydevalley My mother often speaks of the growing up on the banks of the Clyde during the war. With the shipyards and sugar refineries being major targets, they.
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image: A group of furnace-men pull a red-hot steel section from the furnace in the background. Foreground left is acollection of 'dogs' used as pins set into the perforated floor to hold the template in position, around which the angle iron would bebent.
A man tends the furnace in the upper left of the composition, and a pile of angle iron appears in the upper right. As Britain prepared for war, the heavy industries of the Clyde produced ships, guns, engines and munitions.
Six weeks into World War II, the first shots of the air war over Britain were fired above the Firth of Forth as Scots pilots battled the Luftwaffe. Scotland During the Second World War.
Mar 28, · Arthur Penn, Realistic Violence in 'Bonnie and Clyde' Director Arthur Penn changed the face of cinema with his film, Bonnie and Clyde. The graphic realism of the last scenes have influenced. This map tells the story of the people who live and fight on both sides of the frontline.
Interactive Map: A Valley At War. Follow in the valley had lived peacefully, even during the first. In addition to turning out the heavy-duty trucks the company remains known for today, the South Lake Union plant played an important role in the war effort.
Most of the plant’s employees during the war years were women who replaced the men who were fighting in Europe or the Pacific.
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'Burners' was the first of the shipbuilding works to be finished and was based on drawings made in May at Lithgow's shipyards on the Clyde in. Explore the history of the River Clyde from the ancient Glasgow Green to historic Dumbarton.
Discover its proud shipbuilding past from John Brown's Shipyard at Clydebank to Fairfield's Shipyard at Govan. Learn about the early merchants and trading on the Clyde.
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The great River Clyde and its estuary played a central part in both the - 18 and - 45 World Wars. The major air base at Prestwick, the center for commando training at Inveraray, the terminal point for Atlantic convoys at the Tail of the Bank and of course the Gare Loch, the major British military port of the Second World War, were all of vital significance to the Allied cause.
The Clyde, NY VFW Collection (tag: CNY_VFW) contains photos of Clyde men and women who served in the military from WWII and later. This collection was the brainchild of Harold "Teenie" Salerno, whose time, energy and devotion drove this project to completion.
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