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Fighting Flanders Mud -- and the Germans, Where Germany Now Secures Her Copper, and more

Fighting Flanders Mud -- and the Germans [the cover image is associated with this article]
Where Germany Now Secures Her Copper
The Case of Italy [after their defeat on the Isonzo]
and more

Electricity- November 10, 1917

Science- November 10, 1917

Industrial Efficiency- November 10, 1917

Wireless and New York's Police

How the Forces on Land and Water Are Kept in Constant Touch

The Submarine Problem--XIX

Convoying as an Answer to the Submarine

After the War--What?

I. Economic Results that will Follow the Conclusion of Peace

By Ludwig W. Schmidt

Inventors Whom I Have Known

Personal Reminiscences From Both Sides of the Atlantic

By Wallis Nash

Mining Rock Salt

How Operations Are Conducted in the Crystal Caverns

By Ernest Elva Weir

History's Lesson to the Motor Truck

Mounting Heavy Loads on Air

By P. W. Litchfield

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  • Letters

    Correspondence- November 10, 1917

  • Departments

    Inventions New and Interesting- November 10, 1917

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November 10, 1917Cover Image: The battle of mud in Flanders (on the Western Front): bringing up British supplies under difficulties (see page 341)

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