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Spring 1998


Volume 13, Issue 4

FEATURES

A forgotten world of locomotives in disguise
American submarines entered World War II armed with dangerously unreliable torpedoes that took almost two years to fix
A WOULD-BE AVIATOR WHO COULDN’T GET A PILOT’S LICENSE INVENTED HANG-GLIDING INSTEAD
FOR THE BETTER PART OF A CENTURY, Erector and Meccano sets started children on the road to professional engineering
APOLLO 1 WAS THE GREATEST DISASTER IN AMERICA’S RACE TO THE MOON

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