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The Engineer 1921/11/11

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  • Contents, p 513.

Main Subjects

  • An Automatic Mechanical Train Controller, p 520 - p 521.
  • A Seven-Day Journal, p 507.
    • Improved Paris Air Services.
    • Empire and Power Alcohol.
    • Flying in Fog.
    • Telegraph and Telephone Improvements.
    • Significant Iron Imports.
    • Docking of HMS Hood.
    • Wireless Telegraph Developments.
    • Ironworkers and Unemployment.
    • New American Submarines.
    • Harnessing the River Jordan.
    • Tube Railway Scheme.
    • Oil Explorations in Papua.
    • Sixty Years of Electrical Progress.
  • Atmospheric Conditions and Industrial Efficiency, Royal Institute of Public Health, p 506.
  • Australian Aluminium, p 510.
  • White Lead in Painting, p 521 - p 522.

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