Published: Jan 1953
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The shortage of tin when civilian production was resumed at the close of World War II resulted in a great many changes in the composition of materials in which tin was a major component. This was especially true in the automotive industry.
Pratt, Homer C.
Project Engineer, General Motors Corp, Detroit, Mich.