Proceedings Magazine - August 1945 Vol. 71/8/510

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When members of the Sprigg family took their ease at "Strawberry Hill," the Sprigg Country Seat near Annapolis during those turbulent days prior to the American Revolution, they may have...

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  • The Naval Academy Cemetery on "Strawberry Hill"
    By Ruby R. Duval

    When members of the Sprigg family took their ease at "Strawberry Hill," the Sprigg Country Seat near Annapolis during those turbulent days prior to the American Revolution, they may have dreamed of the family domicile sheltering many...

  • Some Shall Escape
    By Commander John L. Chew, U. S. Navy, As Told to Professor Charles Lee Lewis, U. S. Naval Academy

    THE HELENA SINKS

  • The Future Of The Rocket In Naval Warfare
    By Paul W. Martin

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  • The U. S. Naval Academy and Annapolis During the Civil War 1861-1865
    By P. H. Magruder, Former Secretary, Naval Academy

    An outline of the conspicuous part displayed by this locality during those tragic days

  • The Navy
    By Fred Witman

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  • World War I And Our Merchant Navy: A Warning For The Future
    By Outten J. Clinard

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  • Mr. Damper Also Went To Guam—In 1686
    By William T. Pickering
  • The Naval Academy Cemetery on "Strawberry Hill"
    By Ruby R. Duval
  • Current And The Running Fix
    By Commander Donald McClench, U. S. Naval Reserve and Lieutenant Commander George W. D. Waller, U. S. Naval Reserve
  • Will We Learn The Value Of Sea Power?
    By Lieutenant (j.g.) James L. McGuinness, U. S. Naval Reserve
  • Yorktown, September - October 1781
    By Captain D. W. Knox, U. S. Navy (Retired)

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  • Book Reviews

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  • Notes on International Affairs

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  • Professional Notes

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