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War babies

Slang term for the stocks and bonds of corporations in the defense industry.

War Babies

Informal; a term for securities in the defense industry. Examples of war babies include stocks in arms manufacturers or ship-building companies. In or immediately before wartime, war babies tend to be market outperforms.
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As the first ever known book on the war babies of Bangladesh, their adoption in Canada and the outcome of that adoption, this book marks a new dimension in the historical narrative of the War of Liberation of Bangladesh having filled the historical gap in the historiography of Bangladesh.
Prior to going into the field I conducted an extensive literature review and listed various materials that might yield interesting data on war babies. I decided to choose the interviewees from the spectrum of organizations having the most chance of interaction with children: schools, institutions for children without parental care, NGOs (national and international) working with children's rights or women's issues, psycho-social support centers, and representatives from various religious communities in BiH.
rising by 1 point for War Babies and falling by 7 points for the HRS Cohort.
The reunion was organised as part of the Haltwhistle Walking Festival, and some of the war babies and their relatives went on the seven-mile round walk with Maureen and co-organiser Marjorie Baillie, viewing once again the countryside that was their wartime garden.
In the novella War Babies (1989), Busch returned to the subject of family relationships with the story of a man who attempts to rid himself of feelings of guilt over his now-dead father's imprisonment for treason.
Chowdhury examined the well-being of the war babies and their parents through the years with anecdotes of their rearing, nurturing, and becoming adults in Canada, the country they call "home" having successfully developed and negotiated their own sense of values and identities in multiracial Canada in a way that became positive and enriching.
My latest release is War Babies. It is a story set in Birmingham during WW2 about a family who work on the Rag Market.
We have to date about 20 actual war babies, and four mothers, one of whom I believe is 99 years old and was one of the first to have a baby born there in 1939."
As identical war babies they became national celebrities and were brought up on baby food donated by Heinz.
Malfunctions and transitions from primary to secondary weapons systems were covered and both the babes and the War Babies were up to all these tasks without reservation.
AN ARMY chef is being forced to leave his regiment after his wife lifted the lid on the curse of Britain's Gulf War babies.
COVENTRY war babies reunion - were you born in the city between 1939 and 1945 and would you like to enjoy a war babies reunion?