This book, first published in 1942, examines the economic necessities, defensive and offensive, basic and strategic, involved in waging war. Written with total global war raging, it analyses the unprecedented demands placed on the economic system of a nation, and looks at the great shifts of productive effort and limits on consumption that were needed.
Table of Contents
1. The Economic Preparation for War 2. War Economy 3. The War Economies of Germany and Great Britain 4. Economic Warfare 5. From War to Peace