February 1936

Artillery Aerial Photographic Mapping

Volume 20, Issue 1

It is a strange commentary upon our progress in most fields of endeavor that the demand for progress usually comes from the bottom. Unquestionably, the automobile would not have reached its present state of perfection if left entirely to the automotive engineers. It was because the public demanded certain features that they were incorporated in the present day car.

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