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Publisher: Manchester Centre for Regional History, MMU
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: V145
Britain's North West was arguably the powerhouse of the whole British war effort. It was a prime conductor to the newly created mass munitions production as well as meeting the other material needs of the armed forces, ranging from battleships to uniforms. This title looks at how the region supported and was forever changed by the war to end all wars.
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