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But the armistice put a atop to its* operations a n d left the future of the proccsB undetermined. We might have expected that the fixation of nitrogen by passing an electrical np&rfc through hot air w o u l d have been an American invention, mnee it w a s F r a n k l i n who snatched the lightning from the h e a v e n s a s well a s the scepter from the tyrant nm! ®inm o u r output of hot air ig unequaled by a n y cither nation. B u t little a t t e n tion was paid to thet nitrogen problem until 1916 w h e n it became evident that we ahotilcl noon be drawn into a war "with a first claim p o w e r / * On J u n e 3, 1916, Congress placed #20,000,000 at the dinpoHal of the* president for invcHtigiition of ** the hurt, cheapest and rnont available zueaiiH for the production of nitrate and o t h e r product** for munition* of war and useful in the m a n u facture of fertiliMro and other unoful p r o d u c t s b y water power o r any other p o w e r .

Lung ago it w a s said that the British ruled the *t*a and the French the land BO that left nothing to the* German but the air. The OermaiiH necm to have* taken thin jtbn seriously and to have set themselves tc* make* tlw nttist cf the aerial realm in order to challenge tin* British ami French in the fields they had appropriated* T h e y hud auceecitlcfd so far that the Knitter when he declared w a r might well have considered himself the I*rtne# of the Power of the Air. H e had a fleet of ZepfMilirin a m !

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