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Felling a Smokestack in a Limited Space, Hardening Rails as They Lie in the Track, and more

Bombing Planes and their Targets

How Aerial Bombing Has Become an Exact Science After Four Years of War
A visit by British and American aviators to the Caproni works in Italy.
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Telephone Tangles

Some of the Things That Happen to the Cables in a Big City

Strategic Moves of the War, July 24th, 1918

By Our Military Expert
The German retreat from the Marne
and more

Coming Back to a Peace Basis

Some Suggestions for Meeting the Industrial Problems Which Will Then Arise

By Harrington Emerson

The Shortage of Ships

What We Have Done and What We Have Yet to Do

By Edward Harding

Mechanical Equipment of the Farm--August 3, 1918

Latest developments in agricultural machinery and practical suggestions for the farmer

By Harry C. Ramsower

The Cine-Motor--Touring "Movies" Equipment of the British Government

By Fred. A. Talbot

Unique Means for the Removal of a Single Bale of Cotton from a Pile

By Rozel Gotthold

Application of the Browning Gun to Airplanes

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    Inventions New and Interesting- August 3, 1918

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August 03, 1918COVER IMAGE: "BATTLESHIPS AND DESTROYERS OF THE AIR: CAPRONI TRIPLANES AND A FAST ITALIAN SINGLE-SEATER PLANE (See page 86)

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