Crisis in the Early Part

3 mentions.

1902 - 1947

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1902 to 1947

three mentions

over 45 years

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One of the most distinguished of our column leaders said to me—"Whatever they may say about the war, it will put us the length of a whole street ahead of any other nation in the matter of transport, "and I should be glad if the noble Marquess who bore the hard stress of the period of surprise and Crisis in the Early Part of the war could go out and see how efficiently the machinery which he has put together and developed is working now.

There was an alternative method, which was necessary at the Crisis in the Early Part of the War, namely, that of direct advances from the Treasury to banks.

It is true that at the moment, owing to the fuel shortage, the Crisis in the Early Part of the year, and the slowing-up of materials, some ex-Service trainees are unemployed.

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