In recognition of ASM International's 100-year anniversary, AM&P highlights historic events and technological advancements that occurred over the course of those years. This issue covers the first decade, from 1913 to 1933, which includes the awarding of a patent for the nitriding process, the invention of the Rockwell hardness tester, the commissioning of "Big Bertha" in WWI, the inaugural edition of the ASM Handbook, and the start-up of America's first continuous hot rolling mill in Ashland, Ky.

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