The Great Railroad War

Rudolph L. Daniels, Ph.D.
Item #88027

Take an in-depth look at the impact of railroads on World War I, or “The Great War” as it was called at the time. The Great Railroad War sheds light on the underappreciated yet significant role of American railroads and rail workers in the nation’s war effort.
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Take an in-depth look at the impact of railroads on World War I, or “The Great War” as it was called at the time. The first worldwide conflict of its kind, railroads were critical in moving troops, equipment, ammunition, and supplies.

The Great Railroad War by acclaimed author Rudolph L. Daniels, Ph.D. sheds light on the underappreciated yet significant role of American railroads and rail workers in the nation’s war effort. Includes a foreword by Frank Wilner, author and contributing editor at Railway Age.

This detailed, factually accurate chronicle covers a wide range of railroad-related events during and immediately following World War I, including operational details, interactions with Russia and France, the Transportation Act of 1920, and much more.

Author: Rudolph L. Daniels, Ph.D.
Size: 6x9
Pages: 160
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