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The Engineer 1921/05/06

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Main Subjects

  • April, p 475.
    • The Coal Strike.
    • French Colonial Development.
    • The Institute of Physics.
    • Railway Economies and the miners' Dispute.
    • The Government and the Strike.
    • The Railway Position.
    • Oil Industry and French Government.
    • French Protection.
  • A Seven-Day Journal, p 481.
    • United States Naval Policy.
    • Grants for Road Construction.
    • The German Workman.
    • Railways and The Government.
    • Engineering Wages.
    • Old London Bridge - Peter of Colechurch.
    • Award of John Fritz Medal.
    • Motor Shipbuilding.
    • Iron and Steel Costs.
    • Increased Air Traffic.
    • First Presentation of the Kelvin Medal - William Cawthorne Unwin.
    • University of Wessex.
  • Bench-Type Six-Spindle Drilling Machine - BSA: Tools, p 494. (Illustrated).
  • Editorial, p 487.
    • Invention and Labour.
    • Vibration.
    • The Railways Bill.
  • Electricity Tariffs - J. W. Beauchamp, p 479.
  • Failure of Metals Under Internal and Prolonged Stress - (No. I), p 477.
  • Letters to the Editor, p 493.
  • Limits of Steam Conditions in Marine Engineering, p 480.

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