Germany Iron Ore Production

German Iron Statistics - Panzerworld

11 行  Nov 22, 2013  German production of iron ore, and its iron contents, from 1933 to 1944, in thousand tons. Year Ore Iron contents; 1933: 2 592: 828: 1934: 4 343: 1 372: 1935: 6 044

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Germany - Mines and Minerals

Iron Ore.—Germany abounds in iron ores, some of which are of superior quality. The production increased rapidly for a time, but in recent years there has been a very great decline. About 35 per cent, is brown iron ore, 25 per cent. spathic iron ore, 25 per cent. spahic iron, 18 per cent. black band, and 10 per cent. red iron ore.

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List of countries by iron ore production - Wikipedia

40 行  Pig iron production. This is a list of countries by pig iron production.. Pig Iron production (million metric tons): Rank Country 1980 2013 2015 World 506

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Metal ore mining in Europe - Mineral Processing

Nov 01, 2018  2 Iron ore production. The EU has 9 member states producing iron ore, including Sweden, Norway, Austria, Slovakia and Germany. However, Sweden and Norway are the only countries in which significant quantities of iron ore are mined (Fig. 1). The quantities of iron produced from the mined ore have been between 19.1 Mta and 21.8 Mta in recent years.

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Sweden'sIron Ore Exports to Germany, 1933-1944

German ore consumption during the war may now be shown more precisely than in Karlbom'sstudy by considering, in addition to the ore production of the Old Reich and imports, the ore production of the annexed territories as well as the German exports and the variation of stocks (Table 4). Table4 Iron Ore Consumption in Greater Germany

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world war two - How dependent was Nazi Germany on iron ore ...

Jun 14, 2016  In the year before the war, Germany received 22 million tons of iron ore from various foreign sources. Although it was able to produce around 10m tons of its own iron ore each year, it was of low grade quality and needed to be mixed with high grade material from other countries such as Sweden, which annually supplied it with 9 million tons. .

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German Iron Statistics - Panzerworld

Nov 22, 2013  German production of iron ore, and its iron contents, from 1933 to 1944, in thousand tons. Year Ore Iron contents; 1933: 2 592: 828: 1934: 4 343: 1 372: 1935: 6 044

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Germany - Mines and Minerals

Iron Ore.—Germany abounds in iron ores, some of which are of superior quality. The production increased rapidly for a time, but in recent years there has been a very great decline. About 35 per cent, is brown iron ore, 25 per cent. spathic iron ore, 25 per cent. spahic iron, 18 per cent. black band, and 10 per cent. red iron ore.

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List of countries by iron ore production - Wikipedia

Pig iron production. This is a list of countries by pig iron production.. Pig Iron production (million metric tons): Rank Country 1980 2013 2015 World 506

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Metal ore mining in Europe - Mineral Processing

2 Iron ore production. The EU has 9 member states producing iron ore, including Sweden, Norway, Austria, Slovakia and Germany. However, Sweden and Norway are the only countries in which significant quantities of iron ore are mined (Fig. 1). The quantities of iron produced from the mined ore have been between 19.1 Mta and 21.8 Mta in recent years.

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Sweden'sIron Ore Exports to Germany, 1933-1944

German ore consumption during the war may now be shown more precisely than in Karlbom'sstudy by considering, in addition to the ore production of the Old Reich and imports, the ore production of the annexed territories as well as the German exports and the variation of stocks (Table 4). Table4 Iron Ore Consumption in Greater Germany

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world war two - How dependent was Nazi Germany on iron ore ...

Jun 14, 2016  In the year before the war, Germany received 22 million tons of iron ore from various foreign sources. Although it was able to produce around 10m tons of its own iron ore each year, it was of low grade quality and needed to be mixed with high grade material from other countries such as Sweden, which annually supplied it with 9 million tons. .

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The Iron-Ore Problem of Lorraine - JSTOR

ing the bulk of the iron ore of the two leading ore-pro-ducing countries of Europe,2 and were furnishing the raw material upon which their iron and steel industries were built. In 1913 the iron-ore production of Germany (excluding Luxemburg) amounted to 26,771,598 tons.3 This production was greater than that of any other

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Production and Distribution of Iron Ore around the World

Sweden is a major iron ore producer in Europe and ranks 10th in the world production. It produces 1.42 per cent of the total iron ore production in 2006. The major iron ore mines of Sweden are located at Kiruna, Malmberget, Dannemore, Grangeberg, Falun, Fargesta, etc. The ore is having high grade magnetite iron, in which iron content is 65 per ...

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Sweden'sIronOre Exports to Germany, 1933-1944

Any accurate account of Germany's iron ore supply during the Hitler era pre­ supposes some acquaintance with the world production of and trade in this commodity at that time. Tables 1-3 cover this aspect. They give production figures, measured gross and according to iron content (Table 1), as well as ex­

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WW2 CLASH - Raw Materials

Things changed after Germany defeated France. In 1938 France produced 33.137 million metric tons of iron ore from the large “Minette” ore fields in Lorraine (for the most part) while her consumption was only 56% of production !. The capture of

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Swedish iron-ore industry during World War II - Wikipedia

Swedish iron ore was an important economic factor in the European theatre of World War II.Both the Allies and the Axis were keen to gain control of the mining district in northernmost Sweden, surrounding the mining towns of Gällivare and Kiruna.The importance of this issue increased after other sources of iron were cut off from Germany by the Allied naval blockade during the

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During World War 2, Sweden supplied Germany with large ...

The Soviets also provided Germany with 0,5 million tons of iron ore and 0,3 million tons of scrap and pig iron 1940-1941 as part of the German-Soviet Commercial agreement of 1940. However, it was when the Germans gained control of the French iron ore production in August 1940 that their dependency on Swedish iron ore was reduced.

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Third Reich Economic Policy, 1933-1938

Iron ore production has risen from an average of 843,000 n metric tons for the first 3 months of 1938 to 1,226,000 metric tons in the first three months of 1939. This means an increase of 45%. Furthermore, there has been great progress in domestic oil production.

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International Competition in Iron and Steel, 1850-1913

to changes in production efficiency and in the prices of inputs like iron ore, fuel, labor, and capital. The remainder of this paper is therefore con-cerned with accounting for the changes in German, American, and British iron and steel prices in terms of changes in those countries' efficiency, in-put prices, and markups.

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German Iron Statistics - Panzerworld

Nov 22, 2013  German production of iron ore, and its iron contents, from 1933 to 1944, in thousand tons. Year Ore Iron contents; 1933: 2 592: 828: 1934: 4 343: 1 372: 1935: 6 044

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Germany - Mines and Minerals

Iron Ore.—Germany abounds in iron ores, some of which are of superior quality. The production increased rapidly for a time, but in recent years there has been a very great decline. About 35 per cent, is brown iron ore, 25 per cent. spathic iron ore, 25 per cent. spahic iron, 18 per cent. black band, and 10 per cent. red iron ore.

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List of countries by iron ore production - Wikipedia

Pig iron production. This is a list of countries by pig iron production.. Pig Iron production (million metric tons): Rank Country 1980 2013 2015 World 506

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Metal ore mining in Europe - Mineral Processing

2 Iron ore production. The EU has 9 member states producing iron ore, including Sweden, Norway, Austria, Slovakia and Germany. However, Sweden and Norway are the only countries in which significant quantities of iron ore are mined (Fig. 1). The quantities of iron produced from the mined ore have been between 19.1 Mta and 21.8 Mta in recent years.

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Sweden'sIron Ore Exports to Germany, 1933-1944

German ore consumption during the war may now be shown more precisely than in Karlbom'sstudy by considering, in addition to the ore production of the Old Reich and imports, the ore production of the annexed territories as well as the German exports and the variation of stocks (Table 4). Table4 Iron Ore Consumption in Greater Germany

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world war two - How dependent was Nazi Germany on iron ore ...

Jun 14, 2016  In the year before the war, Germany received 22 million tons of iron ore from various foreign sources. Although it was able to produce around 10m tons of its own iron ore each year, it was of low grade quality and needed to be mixed with high grade material from other countries such as Sweden, which annually supplied it with 9 million tons. .

More

The Iron-Ore Problem of Lorraine - JSTOR

ing the bulk of the iron ore of the two leading ore-pro-ducing countries of Europe,2 and were furnishing the raw material upon which their iron and steel industries were built. In 1913 the iron-ore production of Germany (excluding Luxemburg) amounted to 26,771,598 tons.3 This production was greater than that of any other

More

Production and Distribution of Iron Ore around the World

Sweden is a major iron ore producer in Europe and ranks 10th in the world production. It produces 1.42 per cent of the total iron ore production in 2006. The major iron ore mines of Sweden are located at Kiruna, Malmberget, Dannemore, Grangeberg, Falun, Fargesta, etc. The ore is having high grade magnetite iron, in which iron content is 65 per ...

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Sweden'sIronOre Exports to Germany, 1933-1944

Any accurate account of Germany's iron ore supply during the Hitler era pre­ supposes some acquaintance with the world production of and trade in this commodity at that time. Tables 1-3 cover this aspect. They give production figures, measured gross and according to iron content (Table 1), as well as ex­

More

WW2 CLASH - Raw Materials

Things changed after Germany defeated France. In 1938 France produced 33.137 million metric tons of iron ore from the large “Minette” ore fields in Lorraine (for the most part) while her consumption was only 56% of production !. The capture of

More

Swedish iron-ore industry during World War II - Wikipedia

Swedish iron ore was an important economic factor in the European theatre of World War II.Both the Allies and the Axis were keen to gain control of the mining district in northernmost Sweden, surrounding the mining towns of Gällivare and Kiruna.The importance of this issue increased after other sources of iron were cut off from Germany by the Allied naval blockade during the

More

During World War 2, Sweden supplied Germany with large ...

The Soviets also provided Germany with 0,5 million tons of iron ore and 0,3 million tons of scrap and pig iron 1940-1941 as part of the German-Soviet Commercial agreement of 1940. However, it was when the Germans gained control of the French iron ore production in August 1940 that their dependency on Swedish iron ore was reduced.

More

Third Reich Economic Policy, 1933-1938

Iron ore production has risen from an average of 843,000 n metric tons for the first 3 months of 1938 to 1,226,000 metric tons in the first three months of 1939. This means an increase of 45%. Furthermore, there has been great progress in domestic oil production.

More

International Competition in Iron and Steel, 1850-1913

to changes in production efficiency and in the prices of inputs like iron ore, fuel, labor, and capital. The remainder of this paper is therefore con-cerned with accounting for the changes in German, American, and British iron and steel prices in terms of changes in those countries' efficiency, in-put prices, and markups.

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