By Captain R. Drace White, U. S. Navy
May 1921
LEADERSHIPBy Captain R. Drace White, U. S. Navy Motto: Only the master shall praise. Leadership is that quality which, exercised consciously or unconsciously by one person, inspires in others an ...

Thucydides And Sea Power

By Captain J. M. Scammell, Inf. R. C.
May 1921
THUCYDIDES AND SEA POWERBy Captain J. M. Scammell, Inf. R. C. Five centuries before Christ the influence of sea power upon events was as clearly enunciated by Thucydides as 2400 ...

Naval War College

By Rear Admiral Wm. S. Sims, U. S. Navy
May 1921
NAVAL WAR COLLEGE By Rear Admiral Wm. S. Sims, U. S. Navy, President, Naval War College Those of you who may have read the addresses which Admiral Knight delivered to ...

A New Method in Coastal Navigation

By H. B. Goodwin
May 1921
Amongst the tables appended to the "American Practical Navigator" are two tables, 5A and 5B, which have for their object the determination of the distance of the ship from a ...

Discussion, Amalgamation

By Lieut. Commander J. L. Mcguigan, U. S. Navy
May 1921
Amalgamation(See Page 231, Whole No. 216) Lieut. Commander J. L. McGuigan, U. S. Navy.—"The principle is well established that a homogeneous squadron of vessels can operate more efficiently than a ...

Discussion, The Soul Of The Service

By Rear Admiral H. O. Stickney, U. S. Navy
May 1921
Leadership(See Page 323, Whole No. 217)ANDThe Soul of the Service(See Page 351, Whole No. 217) Rear Admiral H. O. Stickney, U. S. Navy.—Captain Jessop's article touches a phase of service ...

Professional Notes

Prepared By Lieut. Commander H. W. Underwood, U. S. Navy
May 1921
PROFESSIONAL NOTESPrepared by Lieut. Commander H. W. Underwood. U. S. Navy FRANCE The French Naval Problem.—To those matter-of-fact Frenchmen who are concerned solely with results and efficiency, the recent debate ...

Notes On International Affairs

Prepared By Allen Westcott, Professor, U. S. Naval Academy
May 1921
NOTES ON INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS FROM MARCH 10 TO APRIL 10Prepared by Professor Allan Westcott, U. S. Naval Academy AMERICAN POSITION ON MANDATES Secretary Hughes States American Rights.—In a note despatched ...

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