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Editorials
[Lead editorial is on the subject of the railways and their contribution to the war efforts of several countries]

German Agriculture in War Time

By the Berlin Correspondent of the Scientific American

Hitting an Invisible Ship at a Ten-mile Range

How the Greater Elevation of the Lighter German Guns Enables Them to Outrange the Enemy

The Present Geographical Position of Serbia, Berlin Higher Schools and the War and more

By J. Cvijic

Getting the Range

Instruments Which Make Gun Fire Effective at Distances Up to Ten Miles, at Sea and on Land

Improvised Means of Crossing Rivers

Some Examples of Military Resourcefulness in Emergencies; How Cavalry and Horses Cross a River

Dark Days and Forest Fires, Restoring Fatigued Muscles and more

By C. F. Talman

Random Reflections

By "Irresponsible"

A New Casing for Sausages

By A. J. Acton, E. C. Fox and W. P. Cohoe

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    Correspondence - March 6, 1915

  • Recently Patented Inventions - March 6, 1915

  • Notes and Queries - March 6, 1915

  • New Books, Etc. - March 6, 1915

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