After Forty Years: The Scioto Ordnance Plant and the Marion Engineer Depot of Marion, Ohio

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by Charles D. Mosher and Delpha Ruth Mosher

Published 1987, Softbound, Illustrated, 186 pp.

The story of three U. S. government installations constructed in Marion County during World War II:

Scioto Ordnance Plant, Marion Engineer Depot, and Camp Marion, which housed German prisoners-of-war.

1 review for After Forty Years: The Scioto Ordnance Plant and the Marion Engineer Depot of Marion, Ohio

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    djhaldeman

    This book is even more interesting “after 75 years” – recommended reading for all fans of “The Greatest Generation”, many of whom were Marion County farmers forced to give up some of the richest land in the county for the war effort. We are all eternally grateful.

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