HAN? OF CIVILIAN PROTECTION by Louis Gnyder

HAN? OF CIVILIAN PROTECTION

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Probably as much information in as little space as you can find, -- compact, and a much better buy than the Hantings House manual, which covers only warden service, and that superficially. The six branches of civilian defense, duties qualifications, equipment; staff, fire, police, air raid wardens, emergency material emergency public work. Alarm system, home preparations, bomb and fire control, gas and , first aid, conservation and salvage, nutrition, with a bibliography as well. Good, direct, informational job, which supplements with more specific information Defense of the United States (Farrar & Binehart) -- see page Where that is a chart to help citizens know where they fit, this is a manual of instruction and information.

Publisher: Whittlesey