Naval History Magazine - April 2002 Vol. 16 Number 2

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A historian who for years has been studying one of the most devastating maritime disasters in history and its investigation calls for a more sophisticated analysis of...

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  • 'Everybody Sick with the Flu'
    By William N. Still

    As World War I stumbled to its conclusion in 1918, a menace more deadly than mustard gas, bombs, or bullets swept across the globe-killing millions...

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  • Men of Annapolis: Good Show?
    By Captain Sherman G. Alexander, U.S. Navy (Retired)

    The August 1957 issue of the show-business journal Variety reported that Men of Annapolis—the only television series ever to feature the U.S. Naval Academy—was one of the top ten syndicated shows in New York,...

  • Inside the Thresher Disaster
    By Philip M. Callaghan

    A historian who for years has been studying one of the most devastating maritime disasters in history and its investigation calls for a more sophisticated analysis of acoustic data.
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  • Trying to 'Stay Out of the Way'
    An Interview with Brian Lamb

  • The Log of Matthew Roving Episode 10: A Schooner for Scandal
    By Don Wallace; Illustrated by Jan Adkins

    The Boston waterfront seemed deserted by the time Matthew and Abby's longboat touched the foot of a long wharf, lined with sheds and warehouses its entire length, stacked with barrels and bales. The only light was that afforded by the bright...


 
 

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