Criticism in Wartime

By Lieutenant H. H. Frost, U. S. Navy
August 1918
Criticism of those in authority is an important part of the political system of a republic. The threat of public criticism is designed to keep our leaders in the straight ...

Hints on Purchasing

By Pay Director Frank T. Arms, U. S. Navy, Supply Officer, Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N. H.
August 1918
Saving half a million dollars for the government would be considered noteworthy under any conditions. Saving this sum, and at the same time obtaining production in quantities that could not ...

Leadership

By Major C. A. Bach, U. S. A.
August 1918
*An address delivered to the graduating officers at Fort Sheridan.In a short time each of you men will control the lives of a certain number of other men. You will ...

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By Wm. E. Beard
August 1918
*The title is written in the cipher of the Confederate Signal Corps; key-word, "Manchester Bluff."One of the most popular pastimes is puzzling over puzzles. The picture of the tree with ...

International Notes: Naval War Notes

Lieutenant W. B. Jupp, U. S. Navy
August 1918
STRATEGY THE NAVAL SITUATION.—In conjunction with the German offensive by land, many believe that the Germans are ready to attempt a great naval offensive. However, there is no evidence that ...

International Notes: Diplomatic Notes

Prepared By A. F. Westcott, Ph. D., Instructor, U. S. Naval Academy
August 1918
FROM JUNE 18 TO JULY 20 UNITED STATES PRESIDENT WILSON'S MOUNT VERNON SPEECH On July 4, before a distinguished assemblage at Mt. Vernon, President Wilson again outlined the Allied aims ...

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