Allis-Chalmers

“A.C. Expediters Keep Materials Coming In”

We of Allis-Chalmers, Vol. III, No. 3, May 1943, page 4. What . . . when . . . for whom . . . and how the Company makes its products  (as explained in the last issue of "WE"), is decided by Priorities, as issued by the national War Production Board. But even though we… Continue reading “A.C. Expediters Keep Materials Coming In”

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“A-C Workers Help Sink Subs”

We of Allis-Chalmers - Vol. III, No. 4, July 1943, Pg 2. How would you like to help sink a Nazi sub? The greatest obstacle today to American victory in the war is the deadly Nazi sub fleet. These murderous underwater craft travel the sea lanes in wolf packs. They torpedo merchant  ships without warning. They machine gun… Continue reading “A-C Workers Help Sink Subs”

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Allis-Chalmers Farm Commando

In 1942-43 Allis-Chalmers Mfg Co. launched its Farm Commando program.  Two-day mechanical training courses were conducted by local A-C dealerships. The classes were meant to help farmers and mechanics learn the basics of caring for tractors, All-Crop combines, and implements. The classes were a war-effort plan to boost food production and help the Allies win the war.… Continue reading Allis-Chalmers Farm Commando