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The Saving Grace of War

Some of the Vicious Industrial Habits Which We Are Abandoning Under the Pressure of Military Necessity

By John Walker Harrington

The Liberty Motor

Its Checkered Career and Details of Its Construction

World Markets for American Manufactures

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

By Lynn W. Meekins

Wireless Telegraphy and Static

An Old Radio Operator

The Surrender of the German Fleet

The Second Most Powerful Fleet in the World Surrenders, Without a Fight, to Admiral Beatty

Gun Camouflage

The Gentle Art of Placing Batteries so the Enemy Can't Find Them

By C. H. Claudy

Side Lights on Rehabilitation, The Flying Tank of the Germans and more

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December 07, 1918COVER IMAGE: A HUMANITARIAN USE FOR THE AIRPLANE: COLLECTING THE WOUNDED WITH THE FLYING AMBULANCE (See page 461)

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