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"Corrections" from Tactical and Technical Trends

The following corrections were published in Tactical and Technical Trends, No. 22, April 8, 1943.

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No. 18, p. 12: The article beginning on this page was entitled "Italian Variable-Pressure Mine." It is now reported that this is a Hungarian mine; at least some of these are manufactured for the Axis in Czechoslovakia.


No. 19. p. 44: In sub-paragraph (1), it was stated, with reference to signal security, that "the enemy found it impossible to predict a certain attack from an examination of requests for supplies." The word "impossible" should read "possible."


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