Proceedings Magazine - October 1933 Vol. 59/10/368

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John Masefield began life as a sailor, a companion of those nameless wan­derers who man the tramp ships and haunt the dock fronts of the world. He is now Poet Laureate of...

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  • John Masefield
    By Lieutenant Commander Melvin F. Talbot (S.C.), U. S. Navy

    John Masefield began life as a sailor, a companion of those nameless wan­derers who man the tramp ships and haunt the dock fronts of the world. He is now Poet Laureate of England, successor and companion of the famous...

  • The Navy's Future Fuel Problem
    By Lieutenant James E. Hamilton, U. S. Navy

    In the light of recent events, none of which is so startling as to arouse the general public, but each of which con­tributes to the doubt as to the security of the Navy’s future fuel supply, it is well to consider the...

  • Aerial Bombardment Of Fleet Bases
    By C. Rougeron, Ingenieur en Chef du Genie Martime

    The same enthusiasm with which the first appearance of the torpedo was received has likewise greeted the air­craft bomb. Will the bombing plane prove to be the deciding factor in the naval battle of the future as the...

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  • Naval Limitation From A Technical Point Of View
    By M. F. Gunning

    The object of the Washington and subsequent treaties between the principal naval powers was to put a stop to the unlimited race in armaments, which threatened to assume even worse proportions than before the war, thereby increasing...

  • The Education And Training Of Midshipmen
    By Lieutenant Commander Walter E. Doyle, U. S. Navy
  • The Old Navy At Constantinople
    By Associate Professor Charles Lee Lewis, U. S. Naval Academy

    The story of the first arrival of an American man-of-war at Constanti­nople reads more like fiction than history. It seems now simply incredible that our flag should have first appeared in those historic waters, flown...

  • From Across The Sea
    By Lieutenant (J.G.) E. M. Eller, U. S. Navy
  • Calling Your Shots Of Sun And Stars
    By Lieutenant W. S. G. Davis, U. S. Navy
  • Flying Reserve Of The Leathernecks
    By Colonel Harold C. Reisinger, U. S. Marine Corps

    Not long ago, the author was privi­leged to renew his acquaintance with a gentleman who in recent years has obtained some national promi­nence. He is a friend of mine, so well in­formed on matters of national and inter­...

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