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By clicking the title above, you will be treated to the introductory essay from the U.S. War Department's intelligence manual concerning fascist Germany:

"Total war is neither a contemporary invention nor a German monopoly. But total mobilization, in the sense of the complete and scientific control of all the efforts of the nation for the purpose of war, and total utilization of war as an instrument of national policy have been developed to their highest degree by the German militarists."

To gain some understanding of the nature of total war, you might want to click here and read about how the American cosmetics industry of the 1940s was forced to alter their production patters.

       *Click Here to Watch Chilling Color Footage of Nazi Germany in Full Regalia*


Total War (U.S. Dept. of War, 1945)

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