Military technology is not just the study of various technologies and applicable physical sciences used to increase military power. It may also extend to the study of production methods of military equipment, and ways to improve performance and reduce material and/or technological requirements for its production. An example is the effort expended by Nazi Germany to produce artificial rubbers and fuels to reduce or eliminate their dependence on imported POL (petroleum, oil, and lubricants) and rubber supplies.
Supplemental catalog subcollection information: Government Library Collection; U.S. Government Historic Document; Historical Literature; Gerald P. Nye, chairman; Authur H. Vandenberg, presiding, Dec. 5, 1934, Feb. 4-7, 18, Apr. 15, 1935; Bennett C. Clark
Supplemental catalog subcollection information: Government Library Collection; U.S. Government Historic Document; Historical Literature; Rare book preservation notes: Due to the deteriorated condition of this book, there were limitations with the digital
Description: Photographs and glass plate negatives from the Civil War Photographs Collection.