Admiral of the Fleet of the Soviet Union Sergey Gorshkov

I Knew Admiral Gorshkov

By Rear Admiral Ronald J. Kurth, U.S. Navy (Retired)
May 2019
As a naval attaché in the mid-1970s, the author would have multiple interactions with Commander-in-Chief of the Soviet Navy Admiral Sergey Gorshkov, a man he found to be both gracious ...
Troops in life jackets crowd the main deck of the USS President Lincoln as she steams through the submarine “danger zone” in the Atlantic on 25 December 1917.

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Troops in life jackets crowd the main deck of the USS President Lincoln as she steams through the submarine “danger zone” in the Atlantic on 25 December 1917.
Edison Record #5078 Vernon Dalhart: The Wreck of the Shenandoah

Pieces of the Past

By Eric Mills
June 2019
When the USS Shenandoah (ZR-1) crashed in Ohio on 3 September 1925, the tragedy inspired a song—and created a moment when U.S. naval history and American folk-music trends converged.

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