The Ships That Count

By Captain Dudley W. Knox, U. S. Navy (Retired)
July 1933
To deny a ship a base would be to deny it existence. It would soon exhaust its fuel and become immobile. The crew would die of starvation or thirst. Even ...

Kiel, 1918

By Beda von Berchem
July 1933
Following a conference with the commanders of the land forces in October, 1918, the chief of the German naval forces had come to the decision to risk the High Seas ...

Reflections From The Side Lines

By Lieutenant W. R. Dowd (C. C.), U. S. Navy
July 1933
As has been so often said, taught, and written, the only reason for a warship is to provide a gun platform. But of what use is a gun platform if ...

Discussions

July 1933
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Notes On International Affairs

July 1933
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Book Reviews

July 1933
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Professional Notes

July 1933
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