REVIEW OF BOOKS ON SUBJECTS OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
"Marine Engineers' Handbook."—Sterling. 1450 pages, fully illustrated. Index of 28 pages. (Published by McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., New York.)
This handbook, as its preface states, is compiled for the use of operating and designing engineers and of students.
It will supply the need long felt by Marine Engineers for a handbook covering every phase of marine engineering.
It is divided into fifteen sections with subdivisions.
Every section being prepared by a recognized expert gives the best practice and the most approved modern theory of marine engineering.