Proceedings Magazine - February 1928 Vol. 54/2/300

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The Battle Fleet got underway from Possession Bay at daylight on February 1, and anchored off Punta Arenas about noon. Here Admiral Evans found the Chilean cruiser Chacabuco flying the...

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  • The Battle Fleet in February, 1908

    The Battle Fleet got underway from Possession Bay at daylight on February 1, and anchored off Punta Arenas about noon. Here Admiral Evans found the Chilean cruiser Chacabuco flying the flag of Admiral Simpson, who had been sent to extend...

  • Washington's Visits to Colonial Annapolis
    By Captain H. A. Baldridge, U. S. Navy

    Navy’s Interest in Washington

    At times the squalls are of gale strength; the winter’s night is thick with rain as each lightning flash reveals a storm tossed vessel being driven toward the shore by March winds and...

  • Three Artists

    (Editor’s Note: Thinking that our readers might possibly be interested in the artists whose work has been illustrated in this issue of the Proceedings, the Editor has compiled the data concerning them which appears below.)

  • Notes on the Dunsmore Paintings
    By John Ward Dunsmore

    Paul Revere. (See page xxvi)—While Paul Revere rowed across the river from Boston to Charlestown, friends waited with his horse, hidden in the bushes. This picture shows him immediately after landing, as he pauses for an...

  • Some Recollections of the Russian-Japanese Naval Engagement at Chemulpo in 1904
    By Leroy Brooks, Jr

    Editor’s Note. Mr. Brooks graduated in the Class of 1902, U. S. Naval Academy, and resigned as a lieutenant in 1908. See the illustrations pages VIII to XII.

    Very shortly after Christmas in 1903 the U.S.S. Vicksburg, to which the...

  • An Old Print Of Annapolis, 1797
  • Pilot Chart of the Upper Air
    By Commander C. C. Baughman, U. S. Navy

    Editor’s Note: There has been published as a supplement to the Proceedings a copy of the new chart to which the reader may refer as he reads this article.

    Time and space have always been man’s enemy....

  • The International Hydrographic Bureau, Monaco
    By Rear Admiral A. P. Niblack, U. S. Navy (Retired), President of the Directing Committee

    At the International Maritime Conference, at St. Petersburg, in 1912, Mon. J. Renaud, Director of the Hydrographic Service of the French Navy, brought up the question of the calling of an International Hydrographic Conference and the...

  • Discussion

    A Suggested Base for the Scouting Fleet

    (See page 843, August, 1927, Proceedings.)

  • Professional Notes
    Compiled By Commander F. W. Rockwell, U. S. Navy And Assistant Professor Henry Bluestone, U. S. Naval Academy
  • Notes On International Affairs
    Prepared By Professor Allan Westcott, U. S. Naval Academy

    FROM JANUARY 1 TO FEBRUARY 1

    PAN-AMERICAN CONFERENCE

  • Book Reviews

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