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Technical Fallacies of the Present War, The Problem of Our Merchant Marine, and more

Letters from the Firing Line

By an Officer in the French Army. Special War Correspondent of the Scientific American

Our Knowledge of the Planet Mars

Corroborative Evidence of Canals in That Planet

By E. C. Slipher Lowell

Our Latin American Opportunity

Electric Death, Sex Differentiation, and more

A Suggestion for Its Prevention

By Phillip E. Edelman

The Electric High School

A Building Heated by Electricity

By G. L. Dilworth

Radio-telegraphy at the Eiffel Tower

The First Station of an Interconnecting Chain Linking French Possessions

By John L. Hogan Jr.

Strategic Moves of the War

Letter from the Military Expert of the Scientific American, October 10, 1914

Our Merchant Marine--Past, Present, and Future

III.--The Future

By Winthrop L. Marvin

Electric Power as a by-product at Mines

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    Correspondence- October 17, 1914

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