1945-01-01

METALLURGY OF FOREIGN AUTOMOTIVE MATÉRIEL 450208

DETAILED technical knowledge of enemy weapons is useful not only because of the tactical benefits involved, but also because of improvements in design that may be used to advantage and because of the indication such knowledge gives of the availability to the enemy of essential materials.
The Ordnance Department, consequently, has taken great pains to collect and test a considerable number of German and Japanese weapons.
Col. Frye has based this paper on these studies, discussing the raw materials supply situation of both Germany and Japan, and then analyzing the parts and processes involved in producing several of their weapons.

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