Greenland is going to have her chapter in naval history.
Months-long winter nights may blind men. Bitter cold and ice and snow may hinder them. Yet fleets shall police the seas with deep Greenland fiords on their home chart lists. Greenland coal shall tire their boilers, and her graphite ease the scramble of their pounding engines. Who can deny that vast industrial laboratories shall rise among the glacial ruins of her southern coasts where cold and sunshine in their seasons are cheaper even than sea water?