Talk:Military production during World War II

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"Potential contribution"[edit]

US values are included in Allied totals for all years in order to illustrate potential contribution & Lend-Lease

It seems odd to have the US contribution, over 50% of the allied total, for the period 1938 to March 1941 (when the Lend Lease program started) included only "to illustrate potential contribution", especially when other countries are treated differently. I'd really like to see what the curve of the graph would look like if it only included actual contribution. And why are the notes in text different from the notes in the chart image, when the total figures are identical? Michael Z. 2007-08-12 16:01 Z

Naval Forces[edit]

The article needs to be updated - the USA sure not only produced 349 Destroyers (175 Fletcher, 58 Allen M. Sumner, 98 Gearing, Rest?), but also a massive amount of Destroyer Escorts (440 after my count), as opposed to the British Empire building 41 (24) carriers in war-time. Really? And what 102 cruisers did the British built in WWII? German Torpedo-Boats are also not listed, though British Empire Frigates are! Not a very precise list (talk)

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british personnel[edit]

why was deleted the data of the british personnel after free dutch forces?? — Preceding unsigned comment added by KnowledgeIsPower (talkcontribs) 18:57, 3 May 2018 (UTC)

production of resources, any similiar list ?[edit]

it sis posible to find anywhere similiar table, but related to resources ? after all, without coal, steel, aluminium, cooton, woool, electricity and others resources,since without resources no weapons will be made :)

2A00:1028:9198:E50E:5456:C114:CF01:72C6 (talk) 20:24, 24 August 2018 (UTC)