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The Engineer 1917/12/07

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  • Contents, p 499.


Main Subjects

  • British Steel For Shells, p 509.
  • Centrifugal Type Gas Washers, p 502. (Illustrated).
  • Correspondence Schools, p 488 - p 489.
  • Iron Ore, p 493.
  • Links in The History of Engineering No I, by Rhys Jenkins, p 493.
    • Ralph Hogg.
    • Peter Bawde.
    • John Avery.
  • Marine Engine Committee, p 505.
  • Naval Notes, p 504 - p 505.
    • Destroyer v Submarine.
    • German Naval Gunnery.
    • A Navy for Indo-China.
    • A Historic Order.
  • November, p 487 - p 488.
    • The Coventry Strike.
    • National Shipyards.
    • Railwaymen's Demands.
    • Naval Events.
    • German Air Raids.
    • British Aeronautical Activity.
    • Railways and Tramways.
    • Port Development at Plymouth.
    • Industrial Development Schemes.
    • Works Canteens.
  • Obituary, p 492.
  • Permanent Memorial to Women's Work on Engineering Munitions, p 496.
  • Progress in The Metallurgy of Copper, p 491.
  • Random Reflections, p 500 - p 501.
    • The Employment Market.
    • Heat Engines.
    • Boiler Failures.
    • History.
    • English as She is Writ.
  • Reconstruction and Foreign Languages, p 493.
  • The Coventry Strike, p 501.

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