Proceedings Magazine - August 1935 Vol. 61/8/390

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  • The Human Factor In War
    By Lieutenant Roland E. Krause, U. S. Navy
  • Permanence In Command Afloat
    By Captain Benyaurd Bourne Wygant, U. S. Navy
  • The Marine Museum Of Stockholm
    By Rodger L. Simons
  • The Department Of State
    By Brockholst Livingston
  • American Traders Abroad
    By Captain Elbridge Colby, U. S. Army
  • The H-Type Pocket Battle Cruiser
    By G. H. Hoffmann, M.I.N.A.
  • Commercial Communication Systems And National Defense
    By Lieutenant Commander G. W. Johnson, U. S. Navy
  • Fleet Repair Facilities Ashore
    By Lieutenant Commander Robert J. Walker, U. S. Navy
  • Air Navigation Wrinkle
    By Lieutenant Thomas L. Thurlow, A.C.
  • Strain's Panaman Expedition
    By Ralph Z. Kirkpatrick

    The darien or eastern end of Panama is deeply indented on its Pacific side by San Miguel Bay, a broad drowned river, which is the outlet of the Savana from the north and the Tuyra from the east. The latter river has a very long branch from the...

  • The Fenian Ram
    By Lieutenant Colby Rucker, U. S. Navy
  • Upper-Air Soundings By Aerograph
    By Lieutenant Frederick J. Nelson, U. S. Navy
  • Discussions
  • Notes On International Affairs
  • Book Reviews
  • Professional Notes
  • Photographs

 
 

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