2 edition of What the railroads of the United States are doing to help win the war. found in the catalog.
What the railroads of the United States are doing to help win the war.
Arthur W. Thompson
Written in English
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The United States home front during World War II supported the war effort in many ways, including a wide range of volunteer efforts and submitting to government-managed rationing and price was a general feeling of agreement that the sacrifices were for the national good during the war.
The labor market changed on: United States. The first railroads in America were horse-drawn, but with the development of the steam engine, railroads became a viable era of railroad building began in when Peter Cooper's locomotive called the Tom Thumb was put into service and traveled 13 miles along what would become the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad 1, miles of railroad track were laid between.
Byrailroad lines covered nearly every corner of the United States, bringing raw materials to industrial factories and finished goods to consumer markets. The amount of track grew f miles at the end of the Civil War to overmiles by the close of the century.
In comparison to the "Great War," railroads were far better prepared for World War II's traffic onslaught. In Don DeNevi published a wonderful book entitled, "America's Fighting Railroads: A World War II Pictorial History." In over pages he provides an in-depth look at just how vital they were to the war effort through numerous statistics, detailed text, and historic photos.
The United States raised the money to pay its railroads through the war. The railroads emerged from the war with the capital, the managers, and the equipment to create the national network. @DaveBrt suggests that the southern railroads emerged with little capital, damaged lines and second rate equipment.
They never really recovered. World War II was the most expensive war in history. It has been estimated that the cost of the war totaled between $1 and $2 trillion, and the property damage amounted to more than $ billion.
The United States spent about 10 times as much as it had spent in all its previous wars put together. It’s important to remember that the overall strategy Grant followed for the final year of the war wasn’t entirely his. As laid out in James McPherson’s book Tried by War, Lincoln insisted that Confederate armies be attacked, and that Confederate c.
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In the United States, inone in every 35 railway workers was injured each year, and in the more dangerous “running trades” that put some of them in close proximity to trains, that rate.
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In Augustwhen the Union forces retreated back up the line toward Washington, black families went with them. Col. W.W. Wright, the engineer and superintendent of the United States Military Railroads, witnessed the evacuation: “The contrabands fairly swarmed about the Fredericksburg and Falmouth stations, and there was a continuous black.The Civil War profoundly shaped the United States as we know it today.
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