Translation for 'wartime economy' from English to Dutch
oorlogseconomie {de}
wartime economy
Partial Matches
oorlogstijd {de}wartime
oorlogsherinneringen {mv}wartime memories
oorlogsmemoires {mv}wartime memories
oorlogspropaganda {de}
wartime propaganda
oorlogsavontuur {het}wartime adventure
economie {de}
planeconomie {de}
planned economy
wereldeconomie {de}
global economy
wereldeconomie {de}
world economy
markteconomie {de}
market economy
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Usage Examples English
  • Carmichael, MacDonald, Thomson, Varley and Johnston remained in Toronto and struggled in the depressed wartime economy.
  • Among the wartime economy measures imposed on the town, was the closure of Reigate railway station between January 1917 and February 1919.
  • After receiving a degree in law, he entered the federal civil service as the head of the Division in charge of wartime economy (1941).
  • Passenger services were suspended as a wartime economy on 3 May 1943 and to all traffic on 4 August 1947.
  • The second factor was that the shipbuilding industry and wartime economy created by WWII brought a large number of wartime jobs into the city.

  • During World War I the station was closed as a wartime economy measure from 22 May 1916 reopening on 5 May 1919.
  • The other station, Princes End railway station, closed in 1916 under a wartime economy measure, although the line - which ran to Wednesbury - remained open to goods trains until 1981, with the final stub leading up to Ocker Hill Power Station remaining open until 1991.
  • Later in the year, he published a pamphlet entitled "The Story of Canada's War Finances", defending his management of the wartime economy.
  • The walkway between Bow Road and Bow stations was closed in 1917 as a wartime economy measure, a mere 25 years after Bow Road had been re-sited.
  • The wartime economy was not good to them, and the business closed their doors by February 1917.

  • The Kew Bridge service was withdrawn as a wartime economy measure in 1940, which proved to be permanent.
  • The service was withdrawn as a wartime economy measure in 1916.
  • With the outbreak of war in 1939, Sydney experienced a surge in industrial development to meet the needs of a wartime economy.
  • Johnson, a retired United States Army general who had been in charge of supervising the wartime economy in 1917–1918.
  • They are also a means to control inflation by removing money from circulation in a stimulated wartime economy.

  • While official commodity exports declined during the 1990s as many investors fled the civil war, Liberia's wartime economy featured the exploitation of the region's diamond wealth.
  • The Loughborough Road platforms closed permanently on 3 April 1916 as a wartime economy measure, by 1916 all LCDR City branch stations south of the River Thames had been closed except Loughborough Junction and Elephant & Castle.
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