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German Raiders Which Put Out to Sea Without Crews

[Seaborne wire-guided drone boats used as guided torpedoes]

Where We Stand Without Russia, How High is the Aurora?, and more

Aeronautical- November 24, 1917

Short notes

Automobile- November 24, 1917

Science- November 24, 1917

The Camera at the Front

Why the Military Authorities Have Use for Their Own Cameras But None for the Enemy's

The Scout Movement and the Engineer

An Opportunity for Service of National Value
[The Boy Scouts of America and field engineering exercises]

By Captain Stuart C. Godfrey

After the War--What?

II. The United States as a Factor in the Economics of Restoration

By Ludwig W. Schmidt

In Unknown Sugardom

Obscure Yet Widely Used Sugars of the Universe

By L. Lodian

Some Super-Zeppelin Secrets

What the Allied Aeronautical Experts Have Learned From the Zeppelin L-49 Brought Down in France

The Yellow Jacket vs. The Skunk

Fatigue Toxins

[article on possibility of sunstroke for new recruits in the South]

By May Tevis


  • Letters

    Correspondence- November 24, 1917

  • Departments

    Inventions New and Interesting- November 24, 1917

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