Tom Swift and His War Tank: Or, Doing His Bit for Uncle Sam (Tom Swift, Book 21)

Tom Swift and His War Tank: Or, Doing His Bit for Uncle Sam (Tom Swift, Book 21)

Victor Appleton

Language: English

Pages: 97

ISBN: 1523980591

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Tom Swift and His War Tank is the 21st book in the original Tom Swift series.

"Every boy possesses some form of inventive genius. Tom Swift is a bright, ingenious boy and his inventions and adventures make the most interesting kind of reading."

"These spirited tales convey in a realistic way, the wonderful advances in land and sea locomotion and other successful inventions. Stories like these are impressed upon the memory and their reading is productive only of good."

This series of adventure novels starring the genius boy inventor Tom Swift falls into the genre of "invention fiction" or "Edisonade".

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about you. You have been doing your bit, after all; but—" "Oh, I've only begun!" laughed Tom Swift. "Well, no matter about that. However much I like you," went on Mr. Nestor, "I'd as soon ride on the wings of a thunderbolt as in Tank A, Tom Swift." "Oh, it isn't as bad as that!" laughed the young scientist. "But neither is it a limousine. However, come inside, anyhow, and I'll tell you something about it. Then I guess we can guide it back. The men are repairing the break." The visitors

than being stalled in No Man's Land. In fact, it won't be so bad. But I'll do that rather than be gouged." "No, Tom, you won't. If you did leave some one on guard, there'd be too much chance of their getting the best of him. You must take your tank away with you." "But how can I? I can't put up three thousand dollars in cash, and he says he won't take a check for fear I'll stop payment. I see his game, but I don't see how to block it." "But I do!" cried Ned. "What!" exclaimed Tom. "You don't

out some to show you. Lucky I had it with me. Eat it, and you'll feel a lot better in a few minutes. You haven't had much to eat, have you?" "Very little," answered Tom, as he nibbled half-heartedly at the confection Ned gave him, while Mr. Damon went out to the automobile and came back with a thermos bottle filled with cool water. He always provided himself with this on taking an automobile trip. Tom managed to eat some of the chocolate, and then took a drink of the cool water. In a little

automobile. During the little daylight that had remained after his arrival at home and following the discovery of the loss of the tank Tom and Ned had traced it, by the marks of the big steel caterpillar belts, to the main road. It had gone along that some distance, just how far could not be said. "But by using the searchlight of the auto we can trace her as long as they keep her on the road," said Tom. "After that we'll have to trust to luck, and to what inquiries we can make." The touring car

Tom and Ned saw her. Meanwhile the plotters were gradually getting at the secrets of construction, and they were in the midst of this work when one of them saw the aeroplane. Rightly guessing what it portended, they left hurriedly, still leaving the hapless men bound, and started the tank on what they thought would be her last trip. "But you saved her, Tom!" cried Ned. "You saved her with the wireless." And word was sent back to Shopton by the same means to tell Mr. Swift, Mr. Damon, and the

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