Radio: Radar

The Germans and the Japs have it too. But the U.S. Army & Navy will not permit much talk about it. They figure that, no matter what the enemy has in the way of radar (for "radio detecting and ranging"), it is not as good as the United Nations equipment. The July issue of FORTUNE, within the censorship restrictions, reports:

>The U.S., Great Britain and Germany apparently worked on the first principles of radar at about the same time. So many people now claim its discovery and development that "the postwar battle over rights...

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