economic mobilization meaning
- Typically, the available resources and productive capabilities of each nation determined the degree and intensity of economic mobilization.
- After serving as instructor at the Toyama Army Infantry School from 1933 1934, Tanabe served as Chief of the Economic Mobilization Section in the Ministry of War.
- The economic mobilization of Kenya during the war led to an unprecedented level of urbanization in the country, swelling the population of Mombasa and Nairobi by as much as 50 %.
- Nagata was responsible for planning Japan's national mobilization strategy as Chief of Mobilization Section, Economic Mobilization Bureau, Ministry of War, to put both the military and the civilian economy on a total war footing in times of national emergency.
- What was best for the army in the short term was not necessarily best for the long-term health of the economy & Extreme economic mobilization encouraged grandiose political and territorial demands, ruling out opportunities for a compromise peace, which Hindenburg and Ludendorff rejected anyway.