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During the Second World War, the Army Engineering Design Branch of the Canadian Department of Munitions and Supply was responsible for the design and development of military vehicles in Canada. At the end of the war, the AEDB produced an eight volume record that summarized the history and experience of the vehicle design projects. The volumes were: Volume 1 - General and Index; Volume 2 - Armoured Vehicles (other than tanks); Volume 3 - Tanks and Tank Type Vehicles; Volume 4 - Self-propelled Mechanical Transport Type Vehicles; Volume 5 - Bodies and Non-technical Vehicles; Volume 6 - Technical Vehicles; Volume 7 - Trailers; Volume 8 - Mud and Snow Vehicles.
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