Issue 7 and Volume 94.

Correspondence Letter from Abroad To the Editor: I always thoroughly enjoy reading your most interesting periodical FIRE ENGINEERING and largely take what it says as “gospel,” but I am sorry to say that I have had several quiet laughs over the article in your December issue dealing with the subject of incendiary bombs. The laugh was because the words were almost exactly like what we had been taught before the war. Actual experience, however, is far removed from it. Our experience is somewhat as follows: These gifts of the “dear Jerry” come in loads of at least a hundred— probably many more in small areas. Those that cause the trouble are the ones that lodge on, in or between roofs. Those that go straight through to the top rooms are dealt with either by picking up by the fins and throwing through the window (if the person is present during…

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