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Mechanical Fatigue in a Machine-made War, Feeding the German People, and more

The Efficiency of European Armies

The War a Struggle Between Highly Trained Men

By H. Bannerman-Phillips

The Japanese Navy

Guardian of the Pacific in the World War

A Modern Military Camp

Various Methods of Building Temporary, Permanent or Winter Shelters for Large Numbers of Troops

Random Reflections, Cellulose Sponges

Torpedo Warfare

Description of the Mechanism by Which the Torpedo is Driven Unerringly to Its Mark

War the Destroyer

The Chances of Death in Battle and from Other Causes

By Alfred J. Lotka

Modern Submarine Warfare

Methods of Guarding Against the Latest Form of Under-Water Attack

Strategic Moves of the War- October 31st, 1914

Letter from the Military Correspondent

Medical Science in the Service of War

Wonderful Improvements in Methods of Saving Life

By Charles Bolduan

Armored Automobiles in War

Construction of Modern Battle Cars

By John J. Ide

An Army on the March

Orderly Sequence in Which the Units of a Modern Army Are Brought Up to the Battle Front

Letters from the Firing Line- Tricks of Warfare - November 7, 1914

By Aide de Camp Xavier Sager, Special Correspondent of the Scientific American at the Front

Failure of the Military Aeroplane Competition

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    Recently Patented Inventions- November 7, 1914

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