2 edition of Preliminary inventory of the records of the National War Labor Board, World War II found in the catalog.
Preliminary inventory of the records of the National War Labor Board, World War II
United States. National Archives and Records Service.
by National Archives, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration in Washington
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by Estelle Rebec.|
|Series||Preliminary inventories / National Archives of the United States ;, no. 78, National Archives publication ;, no. 55-10, PI (Series) (United States. National Archives and Records Service) ;, no. 78, National Archives publication (Washington, D.C.) ;, no. 55-10|
|LC Classifications||CD3026 .A32 no. 78|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 188 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||188|
|LC Control Number||a 55009167|
THE LAW OF THE NATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD WILLIAM GORHAM RiC, JR.* HrSTOIuCAL StrrING Governmental control of labor relations, so far as it existed, was, till recently, the affair of the states, rather than of the United States. In the last century, labor cases often came before the United States courts, but the legislative and executive arms ofCited by: 1. The National Labor Board (NWLB) was established during World War I in April It was first headed by Samuel Gompers, president of the AFL (American Federation of Labor) a huge, successful labor union.
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Preliminary inventory of the records of the National War Labor Board, World War II. Washington: National Archives, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Estelle Rebec.
Finding Aids: Estelle Rebec, comp., Preliminary Inventory of the Records of the National War Labor Board (World War II), PI 78 (); Preliminary inventory of the records of the National War Labor Board in National Archives microfiche edition of preliminary inventories.
Estelle Rebec, Arthur Hecht, and Paul Flynn, comps., Lists of Wage Stabilization Cases Acted on by the Headquarters Office of the.
Finding Aids: Estelle Rebec, comp., Preliminary Inventory of the Records of the National War Labor Board (World War II), PI 78 (); supplement in National Archives microfiche edition of preliminary inventories.
Estelle Rebec, Arthur Hecht, and Paul Flynn, comps., Lists of Wage. Finding Aids: Herbert Fine, comp., Preliminary Inventory of the Records of the National War Labor Board, PI 5 (). Related Records: Record copies of the publications of the National War Labor Board (World War I) in RGPublications of the U.S.
Government. Subject Access Terms: World War I agency. ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS 33 lin. NATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD, WORLD WAR IINATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD, WORLD WAR II.
To arbitrate labor disputes during World War II, the National War Labor Board (NWLB) was established by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on 12 January under Executive Order No. Source for information on National War Labor Board, World War II: Dictionary of.
The National War Labor Board (The NWLB) was to maintain cooperation between industry management and labor unions. Describe Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points plan by summarizing the main purpose of the first five points, then the next eight points, and finally the fourteenth point.
Despite efforts of the National War Labor Board, the shortage of labor during World War II caused sharp increases in wages.
Average hourly earnings of production and nonsupervisory workers in manufacturing more than doubled between andwith the largest increases during the war years, Cited by: 6.
NATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD, WORLD WAR INATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD, WORLD WAR I (NWLB) was appointed by President Woodrow Wilson on 8 April to adjudicate labor disputes.
Its members had already served in Washington, D.C., on the War Labor Conference Board, convened on 28 January by the secretary of labor to devise a national labor.
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Preliminary Inventory of the War Department Collection of Confederate Records: RECORD GROUP Author: Elizabeth Bethel. Chapter America in World War II, APUSH STUDY. National War Labor Board (NWLB) Established by FDR to act as an arbitration tribunal and mediate disputes between labor and management that might have led to war stoppages and thereby undermined the war effort.
The NWLB was also charged with adjusting wages with an eye to. The National War Labor Board (NWLB) was an agency of the United States government created in early by President Woodrow Wilson which was made up of twelve members from business and co-chairmen were former President William Howard Taft and attorney Frank Walsh.
Its purpose was to make sure labor strikes did not hurt the war effort. The board. Record Group 1, Records of the War Labor Policies Board,is about as obscure as one can get. This temporary World War I agency has the distinction of being Record Group 1 because its records were the first records received by the National Archives in the mids.
The records measure a mere 12 cubic feet, and there are only 7 record. The National Archives Building in Washington, DC (Archives I), houses textual and microfilm records relating to genealogy, American Indians, pre-World War II military and naval-maritime matters, the New Deal, the District of Columbia, the Federal courts, and Congress.
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The National War Labor Board: Stability, Social Justice, and the Voluntary State in World War I (Supplementary Volumes to The Papers Cited by: CATALYST: THE NATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD OF WORLD WAR II Benjamin Aaron* W E ARE MEETING tonight to consider the role and the influ- ence on subsequent events of a government agency - the Na-tional War Labor Board (NWLB) - which flourished briefly, for.
Arsenal of World War II: the political economy of American warfare, by Paul A. C Koistinen (Book) Industrial mobilization for war: history of the War Production Board and predecessor agencies, by United States (Book). Today’s post comes from Sonia Kahn in the National Archives History Office.
It is part three of a series on the history of some of the seized foreign records housed at the National Archives. Following World War II, German documents captured during the war were kept in the custody of the United States and Great.
The National Archives Building in Washington, DC (Archives I), houses textual and microfilm records relating to genealogy, American Indians, pre-World War II military and naval-maritime matters, the New Deal, the District of Columbia, the Federal courts, and Congress. National War Labor Board CollectionCONTENTS 69 Storage Boxes Series I, Executive Board Meeting Proceedings,Boxesp.
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Staff at the National. HRC () The US Army Center of Military History established this collection in when it closed the original Historical Resources Collection (dating back to as part of the holdings of the Historical Division, Army War College) and tendered the initial proffer to the National Archives and Records Administration.After the WLB was ended after the first World War, another labor board, the National War Labor Board was established by President Roosevelt in during WWII.World War II was the deadliest military conflict in estimated total of 70–85 million people perished, which was about 3% of the world population (est.
billion). The tables below give a detailed country-by-country count of human losses. Deaths directly caused by the war (including military and civilians killed) are estimated at 50–56 million people, while there .