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  • Much of the relief and munitioning of the fighting lines was done at night.

    The Old Front Line

  • All the motives of pacifism, of neutrality, of co-operation by financing and munitioning the war, were foul in her eyes.

    We Can't Have Everything

  • The enemy in the first period of the war had, if anything, an even greater superiority in munitioning than in men.

    A General Sketch of the European War The First Phase

  • Her equipment, and in particular her munitioning (that is, her provision of missiles, and in especial of heavy shell), must in the main come from abroad.

    A General Sketch of the European War The First Phase

  • To that end all his munitioning, and even the details of his tactics, were directed.

    A General Sketch of the European War The First Phase

  • It is not possible to set a precise limit, and to say, "This period covers the first six" or "the first eight weeks;" but we can say roughly that, when we are speaking of this first period, we mean the time during which men for whom the equipment was all ready, whose progress and munitioning had all been organized, were being as rapidly as possible brought into play.

    A General Sketch of the European War The First Phase

  • But if war continues too long, there comes a time when the soldiers, and also the taxpayers who are supporting and munitioning them, reach a condition which they describe as being fed up.

    Back to Methuselah

  • These were the "dollar a year men" whose productive genius was to bear fruit in the clothing, arming, provisioning, munitioning and transportation of four million men and the conquest of Germany by a veritable avalanche of war material.

    History of the World War An Authentic Narrative of the World's Greatest War

  • It was reasoned that unrestricted submarine warfare against the shipping of the world, so far as tended toward the provisioning and munitioning of the Allies, would be the inevitable outcome.

    History of the World War An Authentic Narrative of the World's Greatest War

  • The imperfect and too tardy blockade to which the enemy is somewhat timidly subjected is a factor in aid of this; and we may be fairly confident that, if a third period is reached before the enemy shall have the advantage of a decision, there will be a preponderance of munitioning upon the Allied side in the West and the East which will be, if anything, of superior importance to the approaching preponderance in numbers.

    A General Sketch of the European War The First Phase

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