World Warfare Administration 101

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Mattulaak
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Your audio quality sounds unusually low in this video. was there something off this time?

Aleksander Gromsrud
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Constructive Criticism (or an attempt thereof):I found the pace that text was "revealed" frustrating. Or rather, each word. The pace that the full text was presented was fine, but I found myself wanting each word to be revealed in full as fast, or faster, than they were spoken.I don't know what technique you're using to present the text like you do now, or how changing it might increase your technical workload. But could you perhaps experiment with ways of presenting each word in full faster.It might seem "nittpicky", but I find myself almost wanting to close my eyes and wait… Read more »
Aleksandr Mikhail
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this video reminds me of a motto from one logistic battalion in my country…..

"logistic wont makes us win the war, but without logistic our defeats is sure."

more or less its translated like that

Divay Pratap
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I hope you will make this a kind of a series cause i am sure there is more to it

Divay Pratap
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Damn these new animations look good!

Sethu Maruthi Chennapragada
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Sethu Maruthi Chennapragada

this video explains why war is despised all over the world. the shortage of resources, threat to life and property, losing loved ones, national pride at stake and the uncertainty.

Scott Man
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As a World War nerd, I love getting new information. Thanks for the great videos.

Phalanx is Stronk
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Well done! You should do even more videos where you discuss things that affect military but are not mentioned oftenly!

wood1155
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I keep thinking about these lucky guys that got sent back to industry away from the horrid Western Front.

NeuesTestament
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Just drop a couple of paratroopers on London and the war will be over by christmas.

DOSRetroGamer
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Very valuable video. Only thing I'd critic is the occasional blue text on red background 😮

Ejohnson18
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During WWII my Great-Grandfather and Grandfather had a farm in Nebraska, they grew sugar beets for the war. They also had German POWs work in the fields.

Neurofied Yamato
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Pfft… Coal is old? Majority of our electricity is generated by coal. The most dirtiest type of fuel and we use it the most. The USSR managed despite their farmlands literally ran over by the Germans is because… they are the one being invaded which is quite the motivation. And I guess they just really wanted food and the only way to get it is to well… reclaim their farmlands.Also I'm kind of surprised at the industrial injuries but at the same time I shouldn't. in 1900, US had 35,000 deaths and 1 million injuries of all type because of… Read more »
Pac1fic0
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The 86,000 US factory deaths were in excess of the expected peacetime industrial accidental deaths?

Minivan Clan
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Great video

ISP Doctor-Sten
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A point about coal is the work of the Bevin Boys in Britain during the Second World War. Essentially conscripts who were sent to the coal mines instead of the front line from 1943 to 1948 in order to provide for the war effort. A vital role, but mocked by the civilian populace due to perceived cowardice and hated by the private miners as they had better safety equipment and guaranteed pay at the end of the day, even if the mine was closed (miners were paid by amount mined). When the government is putting potential soldiers into government backed… Read more »
herobrinext9
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All wrong. What you have to do is focus all population on production for 5 turns untill you get a library and then research all techs in the top of the tech tree untill you get universities. After that you should get a good enough tech boost and when you get nukes you should start building paratroopers and only paratroopers and nukes. Declare war on every nation, use nukes and then send x-coms or paratroopers to capture the cities. For an easier win either go Order or Autocracy since they give the best military boosts.

Galland
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Report of the 15.Infanteriedivision from 1942:"The replacements come from the industry rich regions of central germany and are in consquence of their insufficient nutrition physically weak and capable of only limited exertion. Training had to take account of that fact." http://www.15id.info/Auffrischung.htm

SNOUPS4
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Constructive comment: the animation from 2:24 to 2:25 where the workers become soldiers is especially nicely made! Well done!

Nathaniel Pool
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Hey Military History Visualized, for the US factory worker death and injuries rate, could you include statistics of 4 years before and 4 years after the war, if available? If their was a standard base rate, then we can compare it to the wartime rate, otherwise it doesnt mean as much. And yeah, because more people were working in factories from '41 to '45 compared to the '36 to '40 years, you'll have to adjust the casulties numbers to percentages of the total factory work force per year.

Thanks and keep up the good work.

Kevin Byrne
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Thank you for researching this subject and producing this video. These aspects of warfare are generally ignored, even though the entire war effort is based on them. Presumably, these problems were even more severe during earlier eras, such as the Napoleonic Wars.

AMS Fountain
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Well. That was an interesting topic. I would like to see one about how germany mobiliced 17 million men in WW2 and how many workers were left for the industry.

Eric Bryant
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I'm assuming the statistics for "industrial accidents" don't include losses in the merchant marine?

Similarly, were there cases where fishing trawlers were targeted during World War II?

Last of all, in which industries did these deaths occur? Mining seems like a good candidate. But 86,000 people is just a huge number, even for the United States. Some of these deaths must have been in larger incidents with 10 or more fatalities, but I don't ever remember reading about such an accident.

It seems to me this topic of wartime industrial accidents would be worthy of an entire video just in itself.

Rubashow
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Factory losses in the USSR were no problem; except for foreign agents and saboteurs, who deliberately killed or dismembered themselves to aid the enemy.

Bill y
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old news. think of all the designers, draftsmen , to run the military complex, as for all the rest that is common sense. ffs. jeeeez, tell me the obvious.

براہمداغ
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Will come in handy when I launch my campaign to; smoothen out the historical injustices 😉

fox hound
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This channel provides more historical information than the History channel

The Man They Call Asher
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The Man They Call Asher

I'd love to see a video explaining why so many people were so sure that these wars would end so quickly, and end up being oh so wrong.

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