This scrapbook contains clippings and printed cards from October-December 1919 on military issues. Included are articles regarding the use of tanks during World War I, friction between the British and French commands during the Arras and Champagne offensives of 1917, and the Graham Committee's postwar investigation of wasteful spending in the War Dept. There is also a handwritten communication from Edison to his assistant William H. Meadowcroft concerning the merits of "lottery loan" government bonds. The spine is inscribed "Army." The first five pages are numbered; the remaining pages are unnumbered and unused. Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.