This large book profiles the advance of technology during the Great War by men who attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). It covers the period from 1914 through 1919. The book was copyrighted in 1920. It deals with the contributions of soldiers who attended MIT. It has their biographies, and notes that many of them fell serving their country. When possible, the man’s photograph accompanies his biography. The book also serves as a history of America’s involvement in WW I during that time period.
The history was written immediately after the war when memories of it were still fresh, and offers the standpoint of one of the USA’s most famous and respected colleges. The book measures 10 3/4″ x 8″ x 2,” and weighs 5″ lbs and 4″ ounces. It totals more than seven-hundred pages, and includes many photographs. [Extra postage will be required due to its size and weight].