Proceedings Magazine - February 1953 Vol. 79/2/600

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In 1944 I was chief of staff to Vice Admiral Takeo Kurita) Commander in Chief of the Second Fleet of the Japanese Navy. Built around powerful battleships and cruisers, this fleet constituted the...

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  • With Kurita in the Battle for Leyte Gulf
    By Rear Admiral Tomiji Koyanagi, former Imperial Japanese Navy

    In 1944 I was chief of staff to Vice Admiral Takeo Kurita) Commander in Chief of the Second Fleet of the Japanese Navy. Built around powerful battleships and cruisers, this fleet constituted the First Striking Force (sometimes translated, First...

  • Censorship And Security
    By Commander Harold Bradley Say, U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • Shinano: The Jinx Carrier
    By Lynn Lucius Moore, Journalist, Second Class, U. S. Navy

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  • Shall We Blow Them Up?
    By Captain George H. Miller, U. S. Navy

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  • Frederick Townsend Ward: The Mandarin from Salem
    By Captain Richard Oakes Patterson, U. S. Naval Reserve

    In 1860, Shanghai, China, was just seventeen years old. Along with other treaty ports it had been wrung from the xenophobic Manchu Emperor of China who smirked slyly at giving away a few acres of swamp so foul even coolies could not live in it....

  • On Serving One's Country
    By Commander O. D. Waters, Jr., U. S. Navy

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  • Josephus Daniels And The Naval Oil Reserves
    By Lieutenant J. Leonard Bates, U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • Storms Forecast By Ocean Waves
    By A. W. Haslett

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  • Speed Characteristics Of The Treaty Cruisers
    By Ensign Wayne P. Hughes, Jr., U. S. Navy

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  • The Royal Navy's Part In British Atomic Test (Pictorial Section)
  • Discussions, Comments and Notes

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  • Book Reviews

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  • Professional Notes

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