The Story of Steel

March 1944
New Republic;3/27/44, Vol. 110 Issue 13, p442
Presents information on steel cartel during the World War II. Control of the supply of industrial raw material in the world by the International Steel Cartel (ISC); Plans of Germany to regain her political ascendancy in Europe by furnishing the policies of the ISC; Information on the countries covered by the cartel; Dependency of steel industry upon coking coal to keep its blast furnaces running; Information on the increase in steel production during the war time in the U.S.; Role of the cartel during the World War II.


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