Proceedings Magazine - September 1959 Vol. 85/9/679

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In 1920 the United States was eager for air races. Aerial combat in World War I had captured the public imagination. The airplane still possessed a wonderful newness. High speeds of aircraft were...

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  • The Pulitzer Races, 1920-1925
    By Lieutenant Colonel Robert H. Rankin, USMC

    In 1920 the United States was eager for air races. Aerial combat in World War I had captured the public imagination. The airplane still possessed a wonderful newness. High speeds of aircraft were fascinating. All pilots were heroes straight from...

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    By Captain John Harllee, USN

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    By Lieutenant Commander William H. Layman, USN

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    By Lieutenant Commander Carvel H. Blair, USN

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    By Vice Admiral Friedrich Ruge, German Federal Navy

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    By Albert E. Eastman

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  • The Potemkin Mutiny
    By Captain Geoffrey Bennett, RN (Ret.)

    Histories of Imperial Russia and the U.S.S.R. when dealing with the abortive risings of 1905 seldom omit to mention the mutiny in the Potemkin (phonetically Pahtyomkin). Richard Charques’ The Twilight of Imperial Russia and Alan Morehead...

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    By Lieutenant Commander W. R. St. George, USN

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  • Intellect: The Common Ground
    By Lieutenant Harold H. Sacks, USN

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    By Commander W. L. Marshall, USN

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    By S. W. Jackman

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