The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 20 (1942) > Issues > Issue 10 > The Place of the Engineer in Post-war Planning and Reconstruction
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The Place of the Engineer in Post-war Planning and Reconstruction

THE paper is in two parts. Part I deals with Natianal Life and makes suggestions for post-war changes. Part II deals with the Place of the Engineer in the post-war National Life, and makes suggestions for his more efficient employment. Harry Jackson

Author(s): Jackson, Harry