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Iron and steel in India: a chapter from the life of Jamshedji N. Tata

By: Fraser, Lovat.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Bombay The Times Press 1919Description: 103 p.Subject(s): Iron industry and trade - India - History | Steel industry and trade - India - History | Biography - Jamshedji TataDDC classification: 926.7 Summary: On the death of Mr. Tata arrangements were made to prepare an adequate account of fraser; but varoius circumstances hve delayed the completion of the biography.Meantime the war brought to the forefront the greatest of Mr. Tata's enterprises.The armies in Mesopotamia, East Africa, Palestine were largely equipped and maintained from India.Cut off supplies from the east and the west , the resources if Indian could not have been mobilized for this service if the Tata iron and steel works at Jamshedpur had not furnished a continue supply of rails for the Indian railways and for the strategic lines which allowed our troops to push forward to decisive victory in Palestine and Mesopotamia. Now the war is over the works are destined to from the trunk from which will spring a variety of vigorous industrial branch industries with iron and steel as a bases of manufacture.
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On the death of Mr. Tata arrangements were made to prepare an adequate account of fraser; but varoius circumstances hve delayed the completion of the biography.Meantime the war brought to the forefront the greatest of Mr. Tata's enterprises.The armies in Mesopotamia, East Africa, Palestine were largely equipped and maintained from India.Cut off supplies from the east and the west , the resources if Indian could not have been mobilized for this service if the Tata iron and steel works at Jamshedpur had not furnished a continue supply of rails for the Indian railways and for the strategic lines which allowed our troops to push forward to decisive victory in Palestine and Mesopotamia. Now the war is over the works are destined to from the trunk from which will spring a variety of vigorous industrial branch industries with iron and steel as a bases of manufacture.

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