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Preliminary Facts Concerning the Browning Guns

A German General on the Next War, Getting the Soldier To Think, and more

Editorials

The Whale as a Food Factor

Sea-Grown Meat that Compares Favorably with Beef

By C. H. Claudy

Strategic Moves of the War, February 27th, 1918

By Our Military Expert
["The German sweep into Russia]

Can Coal be Pumped?

By Charles Evan Fowler

An Additional Lifting Force for Airplanes

By Carl Hering

By Carl Hering

Australia's First Transcontinental Railroad

Camels a Leading Feature of Engineering Triumph Over a Thousand Miles of Desert

World Markets for American Manufactures- March 9, 1918

A department devoted to the extension of American trade in foreign lands

By William W. Sniffin

The Problem of the Unsinkable Ship

An Attempt to Render the Freightship "Lucia" Unsinkable by means of Watertight Boxes
[an editorial is also associated with this article]

Acetic Acid and Acetone from Beets

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    Inventions New and Interesting- March 9, 1918

  • Recently Patented Inventions- March 9, 1918

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March 09, 1918Cover Image: Loading a bombing plane preparatory to a night raid over the German lines (see page 209)

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