February 1932

Signal Communication

Volume 16, Issue 4

THE Germans put up a counter barrage of trained hawks which were effective in killing a great number of the French birds. In pre-telegraph days news items were flown by bird, from Halifax, N. S., to Boston and Sandy Hook, by the press, in order to reduce the time of publication of European news.

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Dion Williams