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Holland in the Grip of its Old Enemy, Preparedness in the Chemical Industries and more

[Article on the Netherlands versus the sea]

By W. J. L. Kiehl

Economic Preparedness - March 4, 1916

Our Natural Resources and How They Are Being Developed

By Franklin K. Lane

Women Workers of France

New Duties that Women Are Assuming to Release Men Needed at the Front

By Martin Wells

Industrial Preparedness for Peace - March 4, 1916

IV. Staff Organization

By Miner Chipman

Commercial America and the War - March 4, 1916

Present and Future Effects of the European War on Our Industries and Foreign Trade

By Edward Ewing Pratt

Making the Desert Bloom

How the United States Reclamation Service is Developing our Waste Regions

By C. J. Blanchard

The Naval Losses of the Allies

A Fleet of Thirty-Two Major War Vessels Sent to the Bottom of the Sea

Strategic Moves of the War - February 24th, 1916

By Our Military Expert

The American Conquest of the Air

Shall the United States Pay Further Tribute to Other Nations for Her Supply of Combined Nitrogen?
[Article on nitrogen-based fertilizers]

By Thomas H. Norton

Features of 1916 Motor Truck Design

A Comparison of This Year's Offerings with Those of Previous Years

By Victor W. Pag*amp*eacute;

Keep Your Going Business Going

By C. T. Southwick

A New Fire-Damp Tester


  • Recommended

    New Books, Etc. - March 4, 1916

  • Departments

    The Heavens in March, 1916

  • Recently Patented Inventions - March 4, 1916

  • Notes and Queries - March 4, 1916

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