Limitation of Naval Armament (First Honorable Mention)

By Captain Walter S. Anderson, U. S. Navy
March 1926
"Facts are stubborn things.”IntroductoryAnother conference for the limitation of armaments is proposed. The protocol for the Pacific Settlement of In­ternational Disputes, subscribed to at Geneva by the League of ...

The Evolution of a Naval Museum

By Herman F. Kraft, Curator, U. S. Naval Academy
March 1926
Ruskin somewhere in his books urges his reader to gaze steadily at a black smudge on one of the walls of a church in Florence. If at the end of ...


By L. H. Bolander
March 1926
To the student of the history of our Navy, the term “Com­modore” is most familiar and carries with it associations of heroic deeds, and stirring scenes bound to thrill the ...


March 1926
Sea Power and Pocket Books(See page 2231, December, 1925, Proceedings)Captain Elliott Snow (CC), U. S. Navy.—Sea Power and Pocket Books by Captain Dudley W. Knox, seems to point the way ...

Notes on International Affairs

Prepared By Professor Allan Westcott, U. S. Naval Academy
March 1926
FROM JANUARY 3 TO FEBRUARY 3UNITED STATESSenate Approves Participation in World Court.—Following the adoption of the cloture rule to overcome delay and opposition to action on the question of American ...

The Airphobia of 1925

By Lieutenant Commander C. A. Pownall, U. S. Navy
March 1926
“The Ocean is no Place for Amateurs.”Like a typhoon the recent storm of inquiry and publicity has spent itself upon the Navy and has laid it naked before the ...

Ships That Are No More

By Wallace S. Wharton, Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
March 1926
By the terms of the Washington Naval Arms Treaty, and the scrapping of four obsolete ships prior to the conference, thirty gallant craft bearing the names of various states of ...

Law and War

By Captain Elbridge Colby, Inf., U. S. Army
March 1926
We hear from time to time expressions of a wish to abolish war by establishing the rule of law. Why, it is said, if differences between individuals are settled by ...

Book Reviews

March 1926
BOOK DEPARTMENTThe Institute Book Department will supply any obtainable naval, pro­fessional, or scientific book at retail price, postage prepaid. The trouble saved the purchaser through having one source of supply ...

Government's New Radio Policy

March 1926
Below is the new tentative policy as regards Radio now being tried out in the government departments concerned.1. IntroductoryThe following statement of policy gives only general principles. In dealing with ...

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