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A Coal-Dust Locomotive

By Herbert T. Walker

An Ingenious Gas Turbine Developed in Germany, A Typewriter That Copies with its Own Eye

By Sydney F. Walker

Unit Design in Marine Wireless Telegraphy

By J. Andrew White

Strategic Moves of the War, March 17th, 1916

By Our Military Expert

On the Trail of Villa

Our 2,000-Mile Mexican Border and Its Protection
[The article follows Pancho Villa's attack in New Mexico on March 9, 1916]

The War Game— II

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Service of Security, on the March and at the Halt
 

By Lieut Guido von Horvath

Over the Whirlpool by Aerial Cable

Describing an Aerial Scenic Railway Recently Completed at Niagara Falls

By Chas. W. Person

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March 25, 1916Cover Image: Map of the imaginary region in which the Scientific American War Game is being played (see page 328)

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