The War Finance Worker

The National War Finance Committee published this guide for finance workers during the Second World War to provide them with "the information necessary to the effective performance of his duties" in the national program of saving and lending. This program was created by the Government of Canada and directed by the National War Finance Committee.

Among the responsibilities assigned to the committee and their financial experts were ensuring that Canadian civilian workers would pledge as much as possible from their paychecks to War Savings Certificates or Bonds, maintaining organized records of lenders, and to urge people to hold all their War Savings Certificates and Bonds to maturity to help fund the war effort. 

The National War Finance Committee, The War Finance Worker (Canada: June 23, 1942).

Booklet. 14 pages. 11cm x 20cm.
Ley and Lois Smith War, Memory and Popular Culture Research Collection - The University of Western Ontario - London, Ontario
Second World War