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We Should Build Battle-Cruisers, Inventors Too Cautious, and more

Twelve Months of the Great Naval War

How the British Fleet has Justified its Existence

By J. Bernard Walker

The First Year of the Great War

A Review of the Operations in All Theaters of War

By Matthew E. Hanna

The Modern Automobile Torpedo

How it is Constructed, How it Works and How it May be Improved

By Edward F. Chandler

Connecticut to Poland by Way of the Pacific

How Munitions are Shipped to Russia Across Asia

By Henry Harrison Suplee

Proving Grounds for French Artillery

A Laboratory Battlefield

By Jacques Boyer

Telescope Sights for Fighting Rifles

Increasing the Efficiency of the Infantryman
[Telescopic Rifle Sights for Sharpshooters]

By Edward C Crossman

Sir Sanford Fleming, A Dynamic Conception of the Organic Individual, and more

Notes for Inventors—August 7, 1915

Cost of Radium Greatly Reduced

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August 07, 1915Cover Image: A Submarine Stalks a Wary Fleet, 1915

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