2 edition of railroad at war. found in the catalog.
railroad at war.
Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company.
1943 in [Chicago .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||HE2791 .A83 1943b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15,  p.|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||44038239|
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This book is the story of the unpreparedness of the railroads for an unprecedented war, the government takeover to ensure safety and peak operating efficiency, and the subsequent relinquishment of the railroads with the groundbreaking Transportation Act of /5(2).
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He supports his contention with colorful and convincing coverage of all the railways wars through the Second World War and carries his analysis into the contemporary era. His readable and carefully illustrated book is an essential addition to the library of every railroad enthusiast and student of.
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Ambrose, Last Train to Par. The book covers the unpreparedness of the railroads for an unprecedented war, the government takeover to ensure operating efficiency, and the relinquishment of the railroads and groundbreaking Transportation Act of Covering more than just the history, Daniels discusses the operational details of United States rail shipments both at.
Shelves: non-fiction, newbery-award-book A Newbery Award book for read for the Goodreads Newbery group. The story was well done describing in length Harriet Tubman's life, family, beginnings of the Underground Railroad and her part in the Civil War.
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About the Book. The Civil War was the first conflict in which railroads played a major role. Although much has been written about their role in general, little has been written about specific lines.
The Cumberland Valley Railroad, for example, played an important strategic role by connecting Hagerstown, Maryland to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
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