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Imperial Munitions Board: correspondence and papers, 1916-1918

MS. Brand 6

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Subjects and correspondents include:
  1. 6/A: J.W. Flavelle
  2. 6/A: liquidation of the Imperial Munitions Board
  3. 6/A: Canadian political situation
  4. 6/B: political and economic situation in Canada
  5. 6/B: Canadian railways
  6. 6/B: Department of Aviation, Canada
  7. 6/B: British financing of purchases in Canada
  8. 6/C: purchase of munitions, including T.N.T
  9. 6/C: J.W. Flavelle
  10. 6/C: British Empire and Inter-Allied Councils
  11. 6/C: Admiralty and Ministry of Shipping: shipbuilding in Canada
  12. 6/C: taxation policy
  13. 6/D(1): compulsory economy
  14. 6/D(1): Committee on Remittances to Persons Resident in Enemy Countries
  15. 6/D(1): Higher Education Sub-Committee
  16. 6/D(1): Cornhill Committee
  17. 6/D(1): Overseas Club
  18. 6/D(1): overseas war loans, including South Africa, 1916
  19. 6/D(2): German banks
  20. 6/D(2): Explosives Department, Canada
  21. 6/D(2): United Workers: 7 letters, 1916
  22. 6/D(2): Committee on Commodity Prices
  23. 6/D(2): British establishment of Deutsche Bank
  24. 6/D(2): Spain
  25. 6/D(2): report of Lord Faringdon's Committee on Financial Facilities for Trade
  26. 6/D(2): Canadian railways
  27. 6/D(2): National War Savings Committee
  28. 6/D(2): British Empire Producers Association
  29. 6/D(2): V.A. Malcolmson
  30. 6/D(2): Canadian Aviation School
  31. 6/D(2): Prize Claims Committee
  32. 6/E/F: shipbuilding and steel production in Canada
  33. 6/E: F. Perry
  34. 6/F: W.L. Hichens
  35. 6/F: Canadian labour situation


  • 1916-1918


1 box (7 folders)


MS. Brand 6

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