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An Inconvenience, Not a Disaster, The Passing of Permanent Field Fortifications, and more

Including an editorial on the ease with which the fortifications at Liège, Namur and Antwerp were demolished by modern siege artillery

Making War Photographs from Aeroplanes

The Fabbri Automatic Photographic Apparatus, By Major H. Bannerman-Phillips, English Aeronautic Correspondent of the Scientific American

By H. Bannerman-Phillips

How the War Affects Our Industries, New Flashlight Signal Apparatus for Army Use, and more

By L. V. Redman

Letters from the Firing Line- October 24, 1914

By an Officer in the French Army--Special War Correspondent of the Scientific American; Including an Account of the Bombardment of the Cathedral at Rheims

Strategic Moves of the War- October 17th, 1914

Letter from the Military Correspondent of the Scientific American on the Capture of Antwerp and  Fortications

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