2 edition of Quantities of lend-lease shipments found in the catalog.
Quantities of lend-lease shipments
United States. Finance Dept. (War Dept.)
Written in English
Cover title: Lend-lease shipments, World War II.
|Other titles||Lend-lease shipments|
|LC Classifications||D753 .A56 1946|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
|LC Control Number||49051714|
Lend Lease to Russia By John M. Barr Slow Start O n 22 June Hitler launched more than 4 million men, 3, armored vehicles and 4, aircraft across the Soviet border in the largest military operation in history. By the end of that year Germany captured more than , square miles of the Soviet Union’s richest territory, including. A recent book by Albert Weeks, Russia's Life-Saver: Lend-Lease Aid to the U.S.S.R. in World War II, is a scholarly evaluation of Lend-Lease to Russia that looks at Russian archival material and suggests Lend-Lease was far more important to Soviet survival than the Soviets were willing to admit during the Cold War.
PROJECTS. Find out more about past and ongoing projects that Lendlease are involved in. *Date of completion of projects are an estimate only. featured projects all projects map view featured projects. all projects. map view. Banyan Tree Resort. Li Jiang, China. Shanghai Racquet Club. The Lend-Lease policy, formally titled An Act to Promote the Defense of the United States, (Pub.L. 77–11, H.R. , 55 Stat. 31, enacted Ma ) was an American program to defeat Germany, Japan and Italy by distributing food, oil, and materiel between and August The aid went to the United Kingdom, China, and later the Soviet Union, Free France, and other Allied nations.
From information found in quantities of items supplied in Lend-Lease shipments, Office of the Chief Military of Military History, 38, M1 Rifles were shipped to Great Britain. These shipments were in the latter part of and early part of Great Britain started releasing these for commercial sale in the latter 's, and most returned in excellent original condition, probably never. Download Image of Lend-lease shipments from the United States. Free for commercial use, no attribution required. Dated: Topics: safety film negatives, lend lease, shipments, lend lease shipments, states.
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Quantities of Lend-Lease Shipments A Summary of Important Items Furnished Foreign Governments by the War Department during World War II. THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS INFORMATION AFFECTING THE NATIONAL DEFENSE OF THE UNITED STATES WITHIN THE MEANING OF THE ESPIONAGE ACT, 50 U.S.C., 31 AND 32 AS AMENDED.
ITS TRANSMISSION OR THE. Lend-Lease Shipments Section 1 (Quantities of Lend-Lease Shipments) (PDF) Section 1, pages Chemical Part I Principal Countries Section 1, pages Chemical Part I (Contd) Section 1, pages Chemical Part II Other Latin American Republics.
Lend-Lease Shipments Section 2 (Quantities of Lend-Lease Shipments) (PDF). Title: Unknown Author: Unknown Created Date: Monday, Octo AM. Goods and services were provided to our allies at the rate of about 1 billion dollars a month. The British armies, which, along with American and other forces, pushed the Axis out of North Africa, Sicily, southern Italy, and France, used large quantities of lend-lease weapons.
So did the rearmed French forces. Item Description Part I Part II Part III; Page Line Page Line Page Line; Cannon, Spare for " AA Gun: 5: Cannon, Spare for 75mm gun, M2, M3, M A4. Difficult as these challenges were, the Lend-Lease program overcame them all.
Shipments of food and military supplies grew steadily every month after the passage of the Lend-Lease Act in March By the end of Januarythe U.S.
had spent $36, or about 15% of its total war budget. The Lend-Lease policy, formally titled An Act to Promote the Defense of the United States (Pub.L. 77–11, H.R.55 Stat. 31, enacted Ma ), was a program under which the United States supplied the United Kingdom (and British Commonwealth), Free France, the Republic of China, and later the Soviet Union and other Allied nations with food, oil, and materiel between and August.
Projects were to be financed with lend-lease funds and carried out by civilian contractors. The British plan for development of Iranian facilities was conditioned on the expectation of the assistance of Wheeler's mission as well as of large-scale shipments of American lend-lease supplies and equipment.
The Lend-Lease Act of allowed the U.S. government to lend or lease war supplies to any nation before actively entering the fighting in World War II. Books shipping as Media Mail may contain incidental book announcements. Packages can weigh up to 70 lbs.
and measure up to inches in combined length and distance around the thickest part. A surcharge may be applied to certain items; including printed matter over 25 pounds. Presorted rates are available for bulk quantities (at least pieces).Missing: lend-lease.
Shipments of material from the Western Hemisphere (mainly from the USA but also from Canada and the BCE in general) shipped to the USSR during the war, including small amounts that were sold in before Lend-Lease to the USSR was passed, amount to: million tons inmillion tons inmillion tons in Although these supplies represented only three-tenths of one percent of the value of all lend-lease shipments, they constituted more than 15 percent of the total value of Medical Department procurement during the same period.
(a) General. Exceptions for hazardous materials shipments in the following paragraphs are permitted only if this section is referenced for the specific hazardous material in the § Table of this subchapter.
(b) Limited quantities. Limited quantities of flammable liquids (Class 3) and combustible liquids are excepted from labeling requirements, unless the material is offered for Missing: lend-lease.
In total, the US deliveries through Lend-Lease amounted to $11 billion in materials: overjeeps and trucks; 12, armored vehicles (including 7, tanks, about 1, of which were M3 Lees and 4, M4 Shermans); 11, aircraft (4, of which were.
Shop our selection of Book Stamps on the Postal StoreMissing: lend-lease. Most American Lend-Lease aid comprised supplies pur- chased in the U.S., but Roosevelt allowed Lend-Lease to purchase supplies from Canada, for shipment to Britain, China and Russia.
 9 Repayment Main article: Anglo-American loan Congress had not authorized the gift of supplies deliv- ered after the cutoff date, so the U.S. charged for them.
One of the aspects of the Lend Lease Act were SAM ships, Liberty ships lent to Britain. When the war had ended the Lend-Lease programme had extended over $41 billion in aid to more than 40 nations (some sources say the aid was as high as $50 billion). Britain got the biggest share or roughly $30 billion and the Soviets about $11 billion.
The Red Army used numerous lend-lease tanks and other armored vehicles from the USA, Great Britain and Canada. A total of 22, armored vehicles were delivered to the Red Army during World War II, of which 1, were lost in dangerous Arctic convoys.
These deliveries represented about 20 percent of the total number of armored vehicles produced by Russia during the war. Lend-Lease Bill: hearings before the United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Seventy-Seventh Congress, first session, on Jan., 29, (Washington: U.S.
G.P.O., ), by United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs (page images at HathiTrust). Later, he claims that the Anglo-Americans suspending Lend-Lease shipments at the height of the Stalingrad-Caucasus campaigns, which is the complete opposite of the truth.
When it comes to discussing military operations, Grechko is fairly good at discussing order of battle and organizational details, but barely touches on strategy and rarely /5(4).
Complete list of Lend Lease to Russia including atomic materials. Lend Lease to Russia From Major Jordan' Diaries (NY: Harcourt, Brace, ) Wood lath 39 M 4, Paper bags, excl. heavy shipping lbs. l9. Art cork, block, gaskets, etc. lbs. l,1 There was no distinction between military and civilian lend-lease shipments before These columns, therefore, include indeterminate quantities of civilian medical supplies.
Table Civilian lend-lease (medical) shipments, 1 January September "It has been estimated that there was enough food sent to Russia via Lend-Lease to feed a 12,man army half pound of food per day for the duration of the war" (p.
). Most of the shipments to Russia under Lend-Lease were transferred via the Alaska-Eastern Siberia air route, which the author describes in sufficient by: