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1914 Scientific American September 5 - The European war and its navies; armament

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Scientific American

September 5, 1914

This large issue (12X16") is in good condition. A partial scan is shown. Lots of drawings, ads and artwork. Some of the articles inside are: The cover shows the size of the European armies; Eight cylinders vs. six cylinders; The armament of the warring nations; Feeding the man on the firing line; The nerves of an army, From Fighting line to hospital; Aircraft in war; Map showing the battlegrounds; A comparison of naval strength; The mistress of the seas - Britain's overpowering navy; The French contingent of the Allied Fleets; The Russian navy in the Baltic; Germany's bid for naval supremacy; Austria's navy; This issue is especially big - twice the usual number of pages.;  . a number of other articles and photos..

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