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Camouflaged Roads of the War, A New Kind of Anchor Chain, and more

"During recent offensives the Germans are said to have employed camouflaged roads"

Via Motor Truck

The Story of a Successful Motor Truck Transportation System

Motor Trucks in the War

The Replacement of Wheel by Traction Belt Which Constitutes the Trend of Events over Four Years of Conflict Headpiece

Strategic Moves of the War, August 7th, 1918

Our Military Expert
The French offensive on the Marne, July 18, 1918

Postal Motor Trucks

How They Can Be Made to Pay for the Roads on Which They Will Run

By C. H. Claudy

Motorized Railways

Where the Motor Truck Rides on Rails and Takes the Place of the Steam Locomotive

The Intermittent Siphon in Nature

A Curious Spring in Virginia Whose Flow Appears to Be Governed by This Principle

By Ellis W. Shuler

The Current Supplement- August 17, 1918

How we are Training Our Specialists in Gas Warfare

Navigating Instruments of Our Aerial Pilots, How Germany Utilized England's Tin Plate Scrap, and more

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  • Letters

    Correspondence- August 17, 1918

  • Recommended

    New Books, Etc.- August 17, 1918

  • Departments

    The Service of the Chemist- August 17, 1918

  • The Motor-Driven Commercial Vehicle--August 17, 1918

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August 17, 1918COVER IMAGE: FORWARDING FREIGHT BY MOTOR TRUCK EXPRESS TO RELIEVE OUR OVER-BURDENED RAILROADS (See page 124)

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