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i - V · -i--* --, t vj j~:^ --' ·* Jit?" f £"\~ k * ^ ^-~* "* -^?**^ rtx- I't^* **· *^j; AJ..J * ltf--^V$**1 w * ·* ·* ^ ' ·$·* !,-2* V f e - _ ; - "^n^/^sa. : ?-^' The Part Glass Plays In the Conduct of War- How the Lens Which Helps Save Lives and Win Battles Is Made. Coprit,bi 101S IntermUonal £ HF METHODS f the present ' cot ntnes h a \ e for veirs t u r n e d out v-vrsa-e ore la £el scientific lenses w h i c h w e r e excellent for sonto and mobihzatioi of e\eo In (purposes bu to m e e t he e\ gencies dustry necessarj to izs proper of w a r I h c l t n . T r u s t bo o x c e p t J O mi^ canduc. is not onU a f e m e n d o u s , 5 t r ong ard thest c o u n t r i e s ha\ c no\ task, but is cfT.ci^ntl r*one onK after f 5ot a b o u t to p u t long, practical experi nee This is j t h l s r e q u i r e m e n t uhat ga\e Germany her great a d \ a n ria££Lat tlxe ''tart Of course we aJ 1 rKc,o"K"tlnr guns and u i m u n i U o a must -Ire- made, that ships r ust be built aeroplanes - and au omobilea con strutted and that oui arms must be clothed but isicle fr* m these there are man other i n d u s t r i e s w nch piaj a. great part in -wa mdus nes to ·which people give lltt'e thought when the big things must be considered One of *hese 1= the j e of glass in ·warfare, especiallj op ical glas" such as is needed for binoc ilars te escopes microscopes photo -iphire; gun sights, periscopes etc to sa n o t h i n g of the len-s ind mirrors \ised in searchlights and 1 oliogriph ap paratus Even tons f w i n d o w glas- is rece^sarv for wm o w s in canton meats and hosp tals Bo ties *oo for medicines and for se-uras plav their part ) In Gerznanr " bc rcqu ,- ed o o\ t a lens lo n pet out some t i m e w ill ng t to p e r f e c t i o n For ears the most f i m o u s lens for te'e^copes field g n^sos ^art. photo g*f phin^r w e r e made n Ge r man^ and toda thousands of ^e^e lenses a-e betn? used to c cek out suotnannes as gunslghts on our jnins ind in photographing tho G rman lires and fortifications But there f-om not our ic nough Ge-man lenses in this coun - to meet our needs nor is there eiouf,h in the al lied countries to m e n their require ments so each, country is -nanufac t u r l n g optical glass on. i much larger scale than before th"* u a r It mu-; not be implied tha Prince nnslanr S i t e s wi'h the J i m t s t o w -- i Colonist - · · -- · · - * - · · - - · and the United Stites w e r e unable to produce a good lens before t h e war for such vis no The mam f a c t u r e of ?liss s ore of ou- most m t p r c s t m r i n d u s t r i e s n fict so m L ercsting t h a t Us w o r k i n g s h u e been shown, at almost t v e r j large c\ posi ion held n this r o u n t r v The ea-l historj of gl-u s m i k i n g d i e s hack lo -.0(;0 D C is tonibs of the foui th and fifth djmstiet. show glass blowers at w o r k an E glared br ids w o r e f o u n d in Egjptun r u m s of the san-p pe-iod P l m j c l i l m ^ t h n t t h p i n t e n t i o n o f c car glis* nr^ing 1 ic ongs to Sina ard ells how the en w of a ship laden w i t h ni re linden! a t h e m o u t h o f t h e r \ p r Belus Tho\ fouad -o ·? ones on w h i c h t h e j co i l u rest the r c o o k i n g ke t i e and b r o u g h t some lu np" of n i t r e from t h e =hlp fo- that purpose \.s hese were fused w i t h the fine sand r ream o" l i q u i d glass flowe' ou 1 - "tt h e t h e r t h i s 'j, t-ue or me-el} a leg id t h e f i e ro mains ha n n e slits \\as mide in t h i s section it an e i r l j do p Ch ni i Hmis ( h i t ihp m a n u f i c t u ' - e o' trills a n d e^ en optical glass w as Known t here 2000 B C G r i d u i l l glass making became known in the various countries of the w o r l d but It wis rot u n t i l the fir tecnth centun tha 1 g ^ss v in 'ow pines w e r e used n * omos E \ e n then onl the rich could a f f o r d them and w h e n t h e j eft town thp gliss wi= taken from the w i n d o w frames and packed i w i i k e j e w e l r j Gl iss irakcrs carne to he U n i t e d *r^ , ^«r-,*£ .HT^^^V^lfe t ~ ,.,*.,,,-/VJV. 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' i ^ \ S T C C il f u r n a c e a n 1 "ir 1 ni o i n=orj for J j i s pi] j o " "*" j I ' n i hi h o u r s iii, n i o s in or 1 r t I I t t i L ^ t i - r i ! u f , t r m r \ 1 1 | n r t n o pli 1 n "n Ilu 1 i s bo \ g i i t i h f i ,n the cl n ng n n i\ n i o i H » 1 h h 1 ro cru I I oul 1 ' t I-P n 1 r u i n r *· b c m n (.o: P rJ s§ jc t t n t IIP n n r n w h i ^ h ib ( n f i l l « 1 PC! ar ' i I n cool Ti s i l n I r o ) s " l o ^ s u h J-.P f r onp-. pu d --k 1 tpi f i i m i 1 N i-t r r i t 1 t i i , L 11 \ . f t P r t h i s t ^ t ·· i n u Ic 1 \ L T lo \ \ ho gr st P ro 1 m^ u o r r e v c " L h~s '"rori bein,- do ic *n -a i IU \ Mt 1 o" e r f t op r il "las i n i o i n to 1 ) r ' n t ") pi r p if of v ie t o t a l t in' i s of T I P ' | f i l l t i n t an bf C M i p r f n ' M I r M 1 l c s e r v e \ 1 i n t h e - i i \ e 1\ h gli n-i of opi ' t,l f «s is rtm pirt.fl l i i l i th r v r K . f i e « . of ^ T=^. 1 s \ c r 1 i pr I n r i f s c f o i f a l rl i s is i m c s L s i n g l e t \ i" too s ) n o bf ·= e n \ h r I I e e w I I run t h D u j r a w h o ) i U I n such i ui\ t h - - t it P i n t r r t o \ o d w t h o u PII it. up ' e n r- i '·p 1^1 ii icnl ii" \ i i i J \ J U rcisropt s Th j 1 i s n i n 1 , - , u i i r ., i n i n \\ n f i l ) r o s \ is 1 i \e r ' to h i i r n pr ( f hp i a l l o w t j t i a t f ^ h* i i a n 1 w h i 1 1 ~ in w ork o n c i lu 1^, of bo \ , M o h i l i / n u n i I Ii } cs is e n r one be 1 -d ' h e r u n e o t h e o w n e r of ic j i f *- c -^ j on t h e r c c t -d Thev i v. il be rt u - n c 7 o he o w n e r af e" f ?)e w r r c '- r "- rccen od a-e of p fr\ ( o n t * i a le k nO -1 u m g f-om 1 he *"r i b r f*u! u s o u t i n \ c'c scoj o ind mm a t i rt OTIP~ i ,J i ses ^ ( is TH n \ \ T 1 pho ou" i h i r lens , p L 'ed t o c I i f i if r IT for 'it p n pose of f u r n i s h i n g , -a ' 1 t ^ r ] ) I P C j t s for t h i - r T i i i^ lo r e u^ed *)v r Is Tl e i n r u r i"*ii r i T h c c c T r e b ng v o u c h t .-(. r 11 b( i M 3 out h " , t ' v e \ n e e * the rocosj^ry i J! -t 1 n a n n r . n i r in PI c 1 T e Si£mi] Corps espe w a r - r n p i r d s r! ^ c i P \ ( *. r c t h r ^ e o' ho Carl Zcis= in i T h ^ \ " i i fo ! 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