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Post-War Developments in German Steel Discussion on the Paper by Mr. G. B. Godfrey

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Post-War Developments in German Steel Discussion on the Paper by Mr. G. B. Godfrey
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The Author, in presenting his paper, stated that the upper half of the table given on p. 67 was actually Table 6, which should have been inserted on p. 61 where reference to it was made. The lower part of the table had not been given any number as it formed part of Clause 2 of the German Specification for high tensile bolts.

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