The Engineering Magazine, Vol. 39: An Industrial Review; April To September 1910 (Classic Reprint)
Excerpt from The Engineering Magazine, Vol. 39: An Industrial Review; April to September 1910Mr. Knight's article is a brief but highly suggestive review of engineering achieve ments and engineering Opportunities whose extent is perhaps too little appreciated by many of our readers. And the larger Significance is that conveyed by our contributor's conclud ing sentences: 'that (in Africa) only the ...
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