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History of Allison Engine Division, Indianapolis in World War II

Contributed by Genealogical Society of Marion County

Source: Allison War Album (a booklet produced by the Allison Engine Division of General Motors Corporation, Indianapolis). This booklet is in the collection of the Genealogical Society of Marion County's Library.

BACKGROUND: During World War II, Allison's was one of the largest producers of aircraft engines in the United States.

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