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British Industrial History

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The Engineer 1915/05/28

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  • Contents, p 533.

Main Subjects

  • Coke Fired Road Vehicle, p 526.
  • Editorial, p 533.
    • Our Industrial Army.
    • The Troop Train Disaster.
    • The Electric Ship.
  • Gas Fired Hardening and Annealing Furnace, p 537.
  • Government and Scientific Research, p 525.
  • Gretna Railway Accident, p 535.
  • Letters to the Editor, p 530.
    • Work on the Clyde.
    • Khaki for Workmen.
    • Bibliography for Engineering Literature - H. H. Broughton.
    • Learned Institutions and Enemy Members - Basil H. Joy.
  • Light Control for Electrical Appliances, p 535.
  • Patents, p 543.
  • Railway Exhibits at Kensington, p 529.
  • Roughing Filtration Plant, p 536.(Illustrated).
  • Sheet Metal Drawing Press, p 537. (Illustrated).
  • Toyooka Maru, p 525.

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