Some Fundamentals of Sea Power

By Captain Yates Stirling, Jr., U. S. Navy
June 1925
Motto: Prudens futuri The United States is at this moment the greatest creditor nation in the world. Its home trade is nearing the saturation point. It has a large fleet ...

Other Days in Kiang-Su

By Captain Lyman A. Cotten, U. S. Navy
June 1925
Doubtless, the normally peaceful peasantry of Kiang-su think that evil days have fallen on their fair province, and well may they think so. The armies of China in revolt march ...

The U. S. Navy and the Japanese Earthquake

By Lieutenant S. G. Lamb, U. S. Navy
June 1925
At noon on September 1, 1923, there occurred one of the most terrible cataclysms of history, the earthquake that destroyed Yokohama and a great part of Tokyo, killing thousands upon ...

Joint Army and Navy Operations, Part VI

By Captain W. S. Pye, U. S. Navy
June 1925
IN THE previous articles of this series our attention has been centered on the activities pertaining to what might be termed the preparatory phase of joint operations. In our discussion ...


By Dr. Ing. Wladimir V. Mendl, A.M.I.N.A.
June 1925
As is widely known, one of the great differences between war on land and on the seas lies in the fact that in the former the armed forces may obtain ...


June 1925
The Rough LogBy Captain Felix RiesenbergEditor’s Note: Through the courtesy of the Nautical Gazette, the following is reprinted from the issue of May 2, 1925. The author, Captain ...

Notes on International Affairs

Prepared By Professor Allan Westcott, U. S. Naval Academy
June 1925
FROM MARCH 23 TO MAY 7 JAPANESE VIEW OF PACIFIC MANEUVERS AMERICA’S PACIFIC MANEUVERS.—By Captain Mizuno Hironori. Translated from the Chuo Koron (a Tokio monthly) for the Anglo-Japanese Weekly Chronicle ...

Book Reviews

June 1925
THE GERMAN SECRET SERVICE—By Colonel W. Nicolai, Chief of the German Intelligence Service during the War.* Published by Stanley Paul & Co. Ltd., 8, Endsleigh Gardens, Upper Woburn Place, London, ...

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