This guide addresses school vandalism and break-ins, describing the problem and reviewing the risk factors.
It also discusses the associated problems of school burglaries and arson.
Introduction, Contents Chapter 1 600-1800 Beginnings Chapter 2 1800-1860 Towards a state system Chapter 3 1860-1900 Class divisions Chapter 4 1900-1944 Taking shape Chapter 5 1944-1951 Post-war reconstruction Chapter 6 1951-1970 The wind of change Chapter 7 1970-1979 Recession and disenchantment Chapter 8 1979-1990 Thatcherism: marketisation Chapter 9 1990-1997 John Major: more of the same Chapter 10 1997-2007 The Blair decade Chapter 11 2007-2010 Brown and Balls: mixed messages Chapter 12 2010 What future for education in England?
What is a 4.2-inch mortar and how did it come about?
This history is presented to record the part played by the men of the 93rd Chemical Mortar Battalion toward the victory of the United States in central Europe in World War II.
It came about because there was no one advertising a reunion of the unit in any of the veteran or military publications. About 620 chemical warfare troop units served during the war.
It is presented and dedicated to all members and former members. There were three types of chemical platoons planned for use against enemy gas attack, but very few left the United States and all were disbanded by the end of 1942.
Preface Chapter 1 - History of the Chemical Warfare Service Chapter 2 - 4.2-inch mortar background Chapter 3 - 4.2-inch mortar units Chapter 4 - Mortar battalions and training Chapter 5 - Getting chemical mortar battalions for the ETO Chapter 6 - General Chapter 7 - 93rd Chemical Mortar Battalion strength Chapter 8 - 93rd Chemical Mortar Battalion stations Chapter 9 - 93rd Chemical Mortar Battalion campaigns Chapter 10 - 93rd Chemical Mortar Battalion battles Chapter 11 - The Final Drive Chapter 12 - Twelfth Army Group Chapter 13 - Third Army Chapter 14 - VIII Corps Chapter 15 - Chronology Chapter 16 - First Army Chapter 17 - Ninth Army Chapter 18 - Commanding officers in important engagements Chapter 19 - Awards to members who distinguished themselves in action Chapter 20 - Original cadre of 93rd Chemical Mortar Battalion Chapter 21 - Members of 93rd Chemical Mortar Battalion Acknowledgements Bibliography Disclaimer It might be of interest to know something about the Chemical Warfare Service and those who were in charge of it. Each troop unit was numbered, and each normally underwent a training, organization and staging phase within the continental United States and an operational phase outside the continental U. When a unit was being redeployed from the European or Mediterranean Theater to the China-Burma-India or Pacific Theaters, there was a redeployment phase in the continental United States.