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War Production Board
NOUN [U.S. GOVERNMENT.]
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the board (1942–45) that supervised and regulated the production and sale of matériel essential to the logistics of World War II. Abbreviation: WPB, W.P.B.
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The War Production Board (WPB) was an agency of the United States government that supervised war production during World War II. President Franklin D.

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There is established within the Office for Emergency Management of the Executive Office of the President a War Production Board, hereinafter referred to as the ...

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Records of the War Production Board [WPB]. (Record Group 179) 1918-47 (Bulk 1939-47). Overview of Records Locations ...

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He therefore created the War Production Board in January 1942 to coordinate mobilization, and in 1943 an Office of War Mobilization was established to ...

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War Production Board definition, the board (1942–45) that supervised and regulated the production and sale of matériel essential to the logistics of World War II.

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During World War II the War Production Board (WPB) was granted supreme authority to direct procurement of materials and industrial production programs.