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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

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FormatPaperback
Number of Pages248
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Open LibraryOL11924739M
ISBN 101430448121
ISBN 109781430448129

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Get this from a library! Effects of the great war upon agriculture in the United States and Great Britain,. [Benjamin Horace Hibbard] -- At head of title: Carnegie endowment for international peace. Division of economics and ://   Effects of the Great War upon agriculture in the United States and Great Britain. description Object description. Includes index. Show more. Object details Category Books Related period First World War (content), First World War (content) Creator HIBBARD, BENJAMIN H. (Author) Never before in the history of war has the food question played so large a part as in the present world war. This is true both because a larger area was cut off from production on account of the draft of laborers into the armies, and also because transportation /effects-of-the-great-war-upon-agriculture-in-the-united. Effects of the great war upon agriculture in the United States and Great Britain: Hibbard, Benjamin Horace: : Libros

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