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German Iron Statistics Panzerworld

11 lignes 22/11/2013 German Ore Production. 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: 1 849: 1936: 7 570: 2 259: 1937: 9 792: 2 759: 1938: 15 048 : 4 266: 1939 1--1940: 19 541: 5 699: 1941: 36 026: 10 822: 1942: 33 838: 10 189: 1943: 36 022: 10 884: 1944 2: 26 100: 7 848: Ore

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List of countries by iron ore production Wikipedia

40 lignes Usable iron ore production (thousand tonnes) Year World: 2,500,000: 2019 1: Australia:

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Metal ore mining in Europe Mineral Processing

01/11/2018 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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Production and Distribution of Iron Ore around the

The major iron ore-producing areas of Germany are located in West Germany, these are: Saar Vogelsburg, Erzeburg and Westphalia. Germany has considerable reserves of medium quality of ore located in the eastern part of Rhine valley, Siege and Lahn river valley.

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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

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world war two How dependent was Nazi Germany

This site lists 1937 worldwide iron ore production. It doesn't list its sources, but it looks far too detailed and matches with my knowledge of these matters at a glance, so I doubt the numbers are made up. Copying the numbers (in per cent of global production) for iron ore, sorted: USA, 38.0; USSR, 14.3; France, 11.7; Sweden, 9.3; Rest of British Empire, 5.9; UK, 4.4; Greater Germany (incl

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The Iron-Ore Problem of Lorraine JSTOR

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 country in the world except the United States. Of the German output 21,135,554 tons were mined in Lorraine.4 If the production of Luxemburg amounting to 7,332,000 tons were added to that of German Lorraine we should have an iron-ore output for the

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Production and Distribution of Iron Ore around

The major iron ore-producing areas of Germany are located in West Germany, these are: Saar Vogelsburg, Erzeburg and Westphalia. Germany has considerable reserves of medium quality of ore located in the eastern part of Rhine valley, Siege and Lahn river valley.

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List of countries by iron ore production Wikipedia

This is a list of countries by iron ore production based on U.S. Geological Survey data. World iron ore production (thousands of tonnes) in 2013/2015: 500,000+

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Germany Mines and Minerals 1902 Encyclopedia

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. The rest consist of clay-ironstone, bog-iron ore (in the northern lowland), and

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German arms production WW2 Weapons

Up to now arms production in Germany was carried out in the course of the war according to the same scheme: These tables are showing, for example, that such an important strategic raw material like iron ore (for steel production) in 1943 was coming by 42% from Greater Germany, 38% were imported from Sweden and 20% were delivered by the occupied territories. Failures in arms production as

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Largest producer of iron ore in the world 2020

The mine production of iron ore in the United States reached approximately 56 million metric tons in 2014. By 2020, the annual production decreased to an estimated 37 million metric tons.

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International Competition in Iron and Steel, 1850-1913

emergence of Germany as a major exporter of iron and steel. Between 1871 and 1881 Germany's exports increased from 241 thousand tons to 1,136 thousand tons, and its imports shrank from 509 thousand tons to 280 thousand tons. During the 1880s Britain exported about 4 million tons 2 In this paper, iron and steel production for all countries in 1881 and later years equals the total

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Iron ore Statistics & Facts Statista

In 2019, Australia produced an estimated 930 million metric tons of iron ore, while Brazil's production came to an estimated 480 million metric tons. Accordingly, the world’s largest companies

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Top five iron ore producing countries from

27/08/2020 The world’s largest crude iron ore reserves are found in Australia, which accounts for more than 29% of the global total. China topped the list of iron ore importers in 2019, with Japan a distant second, followed by South Korea, Germany and the Netherlands, according

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Mining ArcelorMittal

As one of the world’s leading producers of iron ore, we supply nearly half of our own iron ore needs and provide the types of coal that are essential to steelmaking. Our mining assets provide supply security and quality for our own operations, and a source of high-value raw materials for our customers.

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Third Reich Economic Policy, 1933-1938

After the loss of territory in the War, only a small part of Germany's iron ore requirements could be covered by domestic production. In view of the fixed costs and prices prevailing and under the usual methods of exploitation only part of Germany's iron ore deposits could be mined with profit. The dependence on imports in the case of such an important field as iron ore had to be eliminated. But the conditions and problems in this type of production

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Top Iron Ore Producing Countries In The World

Processing and Uses of Iron Ore . Once iron ore goes through some processing, the molten steel obtained from the furnaces are passed through casters and transformed into slabs, billets, and blooms.They form the primary steel products which can be processed into various finished products using cold and hot rolling procedures. Usually, the slabs are rolled to form flat finished products, and the

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Iron Ore Imports by Country 2019 World's Top

Countries that experienced declines in the value of their iron ore supplied to German importers were: Norway (down -41.6%), Brazil (down -10.4%) and Mauritania (down -9%). Overall, the value of Germany’s imported iron ore improved by an average 41.4% from all supplying countries since 2015 when iron ore purchased cost $2.8 billion.

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International Competition in Iron and Steel, 1850-1913

emergence of Germany as a major exporter of iron and steel. Between 1871 and 1881 Germany's exports increased from 241 thousand tons to 1,136 thousand tons, and its imports shrank from 509 thousand tons to 280 thousand tons. During the 1880s Britain exported about 4 million tons 2 In this paper, iron and steel production for all countries in 1881 and later years equals the total

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Iron ore Statistics & Facts Statista

In 2019, Australia produced an estimated 930 million metric tons of iron ore, while Brazil's production came to an estimated 480 million metric tons. Accordingly, the world’s largest companies

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WW2 CLASH Raw Materials

29/01/2021 Germany was only able to produce about a third of its needs, so its vulnerability in this regard was even more pronounced than in the case of oil. About 27% ! of the iron ore required by the German industry came from the Kiruna and Malmberget mines in Northern Sweden, close to the Finnish border. The Scandinavians transported the ore by road to the nearby Swedish port of Lulea in the Gulf of Bothnia and then shipped it to German

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Iron in the Industrial Revolution ThoughtCo

26/07/2019 The pre-revolution iron industry was based on small, localized production facilities sited near essential ingredients such as water, limestone, and charcoal. This produced multiple small monopolies on production and a set of small iron producing areas like South Wales. While Britain had good iron ore reserves, the iron produced was of low quality with plenty of impurities, limiting its use

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Iron ore pricing explained Metal Bulletin

Different percentages of iron content reflect both the natural variation in iron ore grades found in mine deposits and the degree of processing (if any) employed to upgrade the ore for a certain use. In general, higher purity ores help increase hot metal yields in the blast furnace, and also lower production cost by reducing the amount of coke required. For these reasons, the rule of thumb is

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