Peace, or War?

By Commander A. W. Hinds, U. S. Navy
September 1915
The Causes of War In the middle ages people were more prone to war than at present. The fighting man was the only one in good standing. Knights errant waited ...

European War Notes

Compiled By Lieutenant C. C. Gill, U. S. Navy
September 1915
DIPLOMATIC NOTES GREAT BRITAIN’S BLOCKADE OF GERMANY On July 23 Great Britain despatched a note in general defence of her blockade methods employed against Germany. The note contends, (1) that ...

Professional Notes

Prepared By Lieutenant C. C. Gill, U. S. Navy
September 1915
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Secretary's Notes

September 1915
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The Ships of the United States Navy

By Robert W. Neeser
September 1915
AN HISTORICAL RECORD OF THOSE NOW IN SERVICE AND OF THEIR PREDECESSORS OF THE SAME NAME1776-1915UTAH Utah.—One of the United States, which takes its name from an Indian tribe known ...

Navy Yard Accounting

By Paymaster G. P. Auld, U. S. Navy
September 1915
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Seaplanes: Types Needed in the Navy

By Lieutenant (Junior Grade) R. C. Saufley, U. S. Navy
September 1915
Were it possible to build an aeroplane that would satisfy naval purposes completely, the essential qualities of such a machine might be found in the enumeration below:(1) Capable of making ...

The United States Navy in Mexico 1821-1914

By Louis N. Feipel
September 1915
CHAPTER VIWar With Mexico—Operations on the East Coast Immediately after the surrender of Vera Cruz, a combined movement was made for the capture of Alvarado, which, after the two previously ...

Notes On Policy, Materiel And Personnel

By Lieutenant (Junior Grade) E. G. Allen, U. S. Navy
September 1915
FOREWORD Of all the branches of the Federal Government the navy is perhaps the most isolated and the least understood, for Americans as a whole are not a seafaring people ...

Handling Men

By Lieutenant R. A. Theobald, U. S. Navy
September 1915
As a Division Officer In the training of a naval officer, very little advice or instruction is given in the most important requisite of efficiency, namely, the handling and controlling ...

The Naval Base at Key West in 1898

By Commander Reginald R. Belknap, U. S. Navy
September 1915
One cannot study the composition, administration, movement, and use of a fleet’s train; nor picture the activity at an advanced naval base during the hurried visit of a naval force; ...

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