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  1. 41106971060
    Author(s):Great Britain. Flying Personnel Research Committee. Night-Vision Sub-Committee.
    Title:Minutes of the meeting.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Night vision
    Place of Publication:Lond.
    Pagination:1., 1941–
    Note(s):Forms Nos. of the Committee's F. P. R. C. reports
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 697
  2. 41106971050
    Author(s):Great Britain. Air Ministry.
    Title:A. M. pamphlet 129: Notes on night vision.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Night vision
    Pagination:4 l.
    Place of Publication:Lond.
    Date of Publication:1941
    Size:23½ cm.
    Note(s):Forms F. P. R. C. No. 386, Gr. Britain Flying Pers. Res. Com.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 697
  3. 41106971070
    Author(s):Liljencrantz, E. L.
    Title:Dark adaptation study. U. S. S. Enterprise; preliminary report.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Night vision
    Pagination:13 l.
    Place of Publication:Lond.
    Date of Publication:1941
    Size:27 cm.
    Note(s):Forms F. P. R. C. No. 314, Gr. Britain Flying Pers. Res. Com.
    Reference Note:Also Forms Rep. No. 8, Com. Aviat. M. U. S. Nat. Res. Counc.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 697
  4. 41106971240
    Author(s):Great Britain. Flying Personnel Research Committee.
    Title:F. P. R. C. No. 304 (b) The effect of glucose on night vision in anoxic subjects.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Night vision Aids
    Pagination:3 l.
    Place of Publication:Lond.
    Date of Publication:1941
    Size:23½ cm.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 697
  5. 41106971360
    Author(s):Gilson.
    Goldie
    Pochin
    Title:Effects of flash from 303 and 20 mm. cannon ammunition on night vision.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Night vision Effect of various factors
    Pagination:2 l.
    Place of Publication:Lond.
    Date of Publication:1941
    Size:23½ cm.
    Note(s):Forms F. P. R. C. 304 (a) Gr. Britain Flying Pers. Res. Com.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 697
  6. 41106971370
    Author(s):Hartline, H. K.
    Title:Instrument lighting in aircraft and military vehicles; its effect on night vision of personnel.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Night vision Effect of various factors
    Pagination:9 p.
    Place of Publication:Wash.
    Date of Publication:1942
    Size:28 cm.
    Note(s):Forms Rep. No. 83, Com. Aviat. M. U. S. Nat. Res. Counc.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 697
  7. 41106971290
    Author(s):United States. Armored Medical Research Laboratory.
    Title:Project No. 7: Night vision from tanks.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Night vision Aids
    Pagination:7 pts.
    Place of Publication:Fort Knox
    Date of Publication:1942–44
    Size:28 cm.
    Contents Note:contents No. 7–1. Determination of the lighting requirements for various tasks of tank crews. v. p. 1943No. 7–2, a. Partial report on the use of the red light for maintaining dark adaptation in tanks; determination of the type of illumination least disturbing to dark adaptation in tanks.8 p.1942No. 7–2, b. Determination of intensity, distribution and type of illumination in tanks least disturbing to dark adaptation; interior lighting of M4 tanks. v. p. 1943No. 7–3, a. Investigation of methods of improving night vision in tank crews by the use of eye appliances.8 p.1942b. Investigation of methods of improving night vision in tank crews by the use of eye appliances; interior lighting of M 4 tanks. v. p. 1943No. 7–5. Establishment of criteria and methods for the selection of crews for night operations; a program for the improvement of the night-seeing-ability of ground troops. v. p. 1944No. 7–8. Comparison and evaluation of field and laboratory methods of measuring night visual acuity. v. p. 1944
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 697
  8. 41106971080
    Author(s):Rowland, W. M.
    Title:Aspects of night visual efficiency.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Night vision
    Pagination:9 p.
    Place of Publication:Randolph Field
    Date of Publication:1943
    Size:27 cm.
    Note(s):Forms Rep. No. 1, Proj. No. 106, U. S. Air Force School Aviat. M.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 697
  9. 41106971250
    Author(s):Keil, F. C. jr.
    Title:Use of red light to facilitate dark adaptation.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Night vision Aids
    Pagination:2 p.
    Place of Publication:Randolph Field
    Date of Publication:1943
    Size:27 cm.
    Note(s):Forms Rep. No. 1, Proj. No. 118, U. S. Air Force School Aviat. M.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 697
  10. 41106971280
    Author(s):Studnitz, G.
    Lange, V.
    Title:Ueber die Beeinflussbarkeit der menschlichen Dunkeladaptation durch verschiedene Pharmaka.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Night vision Aids
    Pagination:11 p.
    Place of Publication:Berl.
    Date of Publication:1943
    Size:30 cm.
    Note(s):Forms M. Dv. No. 695/1, Marine Druckvorschr.
    Language:German
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 697
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