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Our Latest Superdreadnoughts, Another Naval Invention and more

Newest "superdreadnoughts":
The USS "Nevada" launced July 11, 1914, commissioned March 11, 1916
and USS "Oklahoma" launched March 23, 1914, commissioned May 2, 1916
These two ships were the first warships in the U.S. Navy to use fuel oil instead of coal.
 

Industrial Preparedness Series - February 19, 1916

Extracting Radium from American Ores

By Herbert T. Wade

The Use of X-Rays With Intervals of Red Illumination, Effect of Static Charge Upon Rubber and more

By Jacques Boyer

Industrial Preparedness for Peace

III. Things Done and Undone

By Miner Chipman

The Masking of Artillery In the Field

Various Expedients Used by Artillerymen to Conceal Their Guns from the Winged Scouts of the Enemy
[camouflage in WW1]

By Martin Wells

Strategic Moves of the War, February 12th 1916

By Our Military Expert

A New Wood Pulp Process

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    New Books, Etc. - February 19, 1916

  • Departments

    The Motor-driven Commercial Vehicle - February 19, 1916

  • Recently Patented Inventions - February 19, 1916

  • Notes and Queries - February 19, 1916

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February 19, 1916Cover Image: Austrian gun in a tunnel pierced through an Alpine crag. (Story on page 198)

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