CHAPTER 29
STATISTICAL SUMMARY OF THE SECOND YEAR

Despite serious losses of our ships at sea, troubles over finances, the problems of keeping the Germans to their guarantees, passing through the British blockade, and our difficulties with the Foreign Office, our major purposes during the C.R.B.'s second year were undefeated.

As of November 1, 1915, our stocks on hand in Rotterdam amounted to 52,910 tons, and from November 1, 1915, to October 31, 1916, we received the following amounts of overseas supplies for Belgium and Northern France:

Numbers
of
Cargoes
Tons
of
Supplies
1915
November 40 96,212
December 32 72,240
1916
January 43 106,933
February 51 97,896
March 52 75,697
April 56 63,100
May 60 112,428
June 51 114,735
July 76 115,195
August 86 164,014
September 88 160,803
October 84 121,069
Total 719 1,300,322

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