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Author: Archibald Williams
Containing interesting descriptions in non-technical language of wireless telegraphy, liquid air, modern artillery, subs, torpedoes, airships and much more.
This is a most unusual book in that it appeals to my enquiring mind on mechanics and how things work. It is (like most 19th century) very detailed and full of information, even if many of the items are now defunct.
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