Earth Features And The Navy Pilot

By Lieutenant Commander Fitzhugh Green, U. S. Navy
November 1923
Earth Features and the Navy PilotBy Lieutenant Commander Fitzhugh Green, U. S. NavyAn amazing fact has just come to light: It appears that not only in the Naval ...

A Suggestion Regarding Battleship Organization

By Lieutenant Commander J. K. Esler, U. S. Navy
November 1923
It is my purpose in this article to point out, in the present organization of battleships, a condition absolutely opposed to the basic principles of strict military control; to explain ...

The "Monitor" At Sea And In Battle

By The Late Captain S. Dana Greene
November 1923
The “Monitor” At Sea and In BattleBy the Late Captain S. Dana GreeneEditor's Note: Personal narrative always exceeds in interest the dry pages of official record. In this letter ...

On the Origin of War

By Lieutenant P. J. Searles (CEC), U. S. Navy
November 1923
Is war inevitable? Can war in the sense of ordered, organized, conscious conflict of human beings be wiped out of existence, or must the future bring the same catastrophes that ...


November 1923
Athletics, Beneficial and Otherwise(See page 1609, October, 1923, PROCEEDINGS)CAPTAIN D. N. CARPENTER, U. S. NAVY.—Among the older officers in the Navy there is perhaps no one whose interest in ...

Notes on International Affairs

Prepared By Allan Westcott, Professor, U. S. Naval Academy
November 1923
FROM AUGUST 23 TO SEPTEMBER 23ITALY IN THE ADRIATIC ITALIAN SEIZURE OF CORFU.—Following the assassination of Italian members of the commission engaged in establishing the Greek-Albanian frontier, Italy dispatched ...

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