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Since the beginning of hostilities between the United States and the Axis powers, a great toll of life, property, and valuable and useful merchandise has been taken along the Atlantic Coast by both surface and under sea raiders. It has thus been suggested that the use of the Inland Waterway would greatly reduce the tonnage lost due to attack.