By The Ministry of Information; Ian Hay
London   His Majesty's Stationary Office
9" by 7" 79; 83, [2]; 94, [2]pp
An interesting set of three magazine published by The Ministry of Information about how various industries adapted during the Second World War, with illustrations.
By The Ministry of Information; Ian Hay

1942-1946 Transport Goes to War, Land at War, The Post Office Went to War

London   His Majesty's Stationary Office
9" by 7" 79; 83, [2]; 94, [2]pp
An interesting set of three magazine published by The Ministry of Information about how various industries adapted during the Second World War, with illustrations.
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First Edition, Illustrated, Publishers' Original Binding

Three first edition magazines on how various industries and workforces adapted to life at war during the Second World War. 

Transport goes to War was issued for the Ministry of War Transport by the Ministry of Information and was first published in 1942. The magazine details how the transport industry adapted its production to serve the war effort, looking at the waterways and railway. 

Land at War was prepared by the Ministry of Information and details how farming had to adapt to life at war and was first published in 1945. 

The Post Office Went to War is written by Ian Hay and was first published in 1946. The volume considers how the post office had to change to deal with both general post and military mail. 

All volumes are illustrated throughout.

Condition

All three magazines are in the publisher's original paper wraps. Externally, they are generally smart with some creasing to the front wrap of Land at War and Transport Goes to War. All three are a little faded. Internally, the pages are firmly bound within all volumes, however the front wrap of Transport goes to war is slightly loosening from the staples. Pages are bright and clean.

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