Defending factories and businesses
Pamphlets like this one educated factory and business owners on their wartime responsibilities - both in terms of production and security. It was important that wartime production in Canada maintain an efficient pace and follow the proper security measures to prevent disaster should any industries be threatened by air raids or other domestic threats.
Canada, Director of Civil Defence, Défense Passive des Usines et des Maisons de Commerce (Ottawa, 1942)
DefensePassive.1942.pdf (7.05 MB)
booklet, 16 pages
Archives and Special Collections - Morisset Library - University of Ottawa - Ottawa, Ontario
Second World War