The cost of war
With the realization that Canada would face unprecedented spending demands, greater even than those faced in the First World War, one bank provided a sober analysis of the problem of growing war debt as it looked early in the Second World War.
“The Question of War Debt,” Monthly Review, The Bank of Nova Scotia 15/11 (November 1941)
Ley and Lois Smith War, Memory and Popular Culture Research Collection - The University of Western Ontario - London, Ontario
View PDF:BNS War Debt.pdf
pamphlet, 4 pages, 21.4cm x 28.7cm