Naval History Magazine - October 2000 Volume 14 Number 5

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Matthew Roving thinks he has problems with his annoying older sister and a bully who won't leave him alone. Things get interesting when his father's Navy ship disappears...

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Maritime Supremacy and the Opening of the Western Mind

Peter Padfield. Woodstock, NY: Overlook Press, 2000. 340 pp....

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The Log of Matthew Roving Episode 1: A Wayward Salt


Matthew Roving thinks he has problems with his annoying older sister and a bully who won't leave him alone. Things get...

Nine Navy Golds

A green team in Navy blue struck Olympic Gold in 1952 to become the greatest rowing team in U.S. history.

It was...

U-571: Plausible Fiction?

 
This summer's U-571 brought the World War II submarine adventure back to the silver screen with stunning...


 
 

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