Military Character

By Captain Reginald R. Belknap, U. S. Navy
January 1918
This article is part of a paper written in 1913 at the Naval War College. Newport, R. I., as a study of the qualities of military character, with special reference ...

Emergency Repairs to a Battleship

By Lieutenant E. E. Wilson, U. S. Navy
January 1918
The details of the work involved in the substitution by the ship's force of the Arkansas, of an electric motor for the wrecked starboard main circulating pump, have been here ...

Democracy in Retrospect

By Lieutenant P. V. H. Weems
January 1918
The unprecedented state of international politics attracts our interest to the history of the human race, past and present. We look about us and find that this great country is ...

International Notes: Naval War Notes

Prepared By Lieutenant G. M. Ravenscroft, U. S. Navy
January 1918
STRATEGY THE WAR AT SEA.—By an English Naval Officer.—In some quarters there is an inclination to contrast the sea strategy of the Allies with that of Germany to the detriment ...

International Notes: Diplomatic Notes

Prepared By A. F. Westcott, Ph. D., Instructor, U. S. Naval Academy
January 1918
FROM NOVEMBER 18 TO DECEMBER 18 NATIONS AT WAR [Revised from U. S. Official Bulletin, December 11, 1917] DECLARATIONS OF WAR Austria against Belgium, August 28, 1914.Austria against Japan, August ...

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