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The Cunning Displayed in the Sinking of the German Steamer "Liebenfels"

[article on the attempt by the Germans to block the Navy Yard in Charleston, S.C. after war was declared]

The President's War Message, The Removal of Major-General Wood, and more

[editorial after America declared war on Germany]

Common Edible Mushrooms

A Few Unmistakable Varieties That are Fit for the Table

By Albert A. Hansen

Strategic Moves of the War--April 5th, 1917

By Our Military Expert

Bringing the Gnome Engine to America

How This Most Intricate of Aviation Engines is Being Successfully Manufactured in Our Country

By Austin C. Lescarboura

More Sulphur From Smelter Gases

By Elwood Hendrick

Seasoning Iron Castings

A Tractor That Ice and Snow Will Not Stall, Ways and Means to Increase American Aircraft Production, and more

The page includes the article associated with the front cover image: "A one-man 'tank' for the barbed-wire cutter"

Sulphite Coal: a New Fuel, Spinel Refractories

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    Inventions New and Interesting- April 14, 1917

  • Notes and Queries- April 14, 1917

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April 14, 1917A one-man "tank" for the barbed-wire cutter (see page 376)

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