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Advanced anti-submarine designs, and more.

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A Place for Every Man

Getting the Jobless Man and the Manless Job Together

By C. H. Claudy

The End of the World War

The Final Strategic Moves Which Forced the Surrender of the Central Armies
By Colonel O. ll. Mitcham, United States Army
"THE present article brings to a close the series of
articles "Strategic Moves of the War, " which has
appeared in the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN
during the great war. When the participation of
the United Stales became inevitable, we were fortunate
in securing the services of Col. O. B. Mitcham,
U.S.A., and our readers will be interested to iearn
that for the past two years he has been the author of
the series.-THE EDITOR."

By Colonel O. B. Mitcham

The Needs of the Patent Office

Outstanding Weaknesses of the Present System of Handling Inventions

By Thomas Ewing

Concerning Cotton Seed

The Position Which This Former Waste Product Holds in the Industry of Today Photographs Copyright Underwood and Underwood

Ice Formation Over a Stream, A Record Shot of Grizzly Bears, and more

By Ford Ashman Carpenter

World Markets for American Manufactures

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

By Lynn W. Meekins

The Current Supplement

Canal Zone Investigations

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December 21, 1918COVER IMAGE: UNDOING THE HAVOC OF WAR IN THE COMING DAYS OF RECONSTRUCTION

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