DURING the war period public imagination has been stirred by the many new devices of defence and offence which have come about as the result of scientific research. One notable example is radio‐location, devised primarily for the detection of enemy aircraft but subsequently finding application in every arm of the fighting services and possessing great possibilities for peace‐time usefulness.
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