Proceedings Magazine - April 1955 Vol. 81/4/626

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  • Age of Unease
    By Major Reginald Hargreaves, M.C.

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  • German U-Boat Construction
    By Karl Heinz Kurzak

    Germany’s geographical position has always placed her at a disadvantage in maritime and naval activity in a war with Great Britain. As demonstrated in both world wars, the Germans could not operate surface ships in the narrow sea lanes...

  • The Navy's Medical Problem
    By Commander Philip B. Phillips (MC), U. S. Navy

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  • How Japan Fortified The Mandated Islands
    By Thomas Wilds

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  • Upon Assumption Of Command
    By A Lieutenant Commander, U. S. Navy

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  • F.D.R. and Naval Limitation
    By Lieutenant Colonel George V. Fagan, U. S. Air Force

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  • Understand The Hungry Ones
    By Lieutenant Leon C. Fletcher, U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • Judicial And Non-Judicial Aspects Of Officer Discipline
    By Commander Louis Patrick Gray, III, U. S. Navy

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  • Diesel Wings In The Navy's Future
    By Ensign Otto P. Eberlein, U. S. Navy

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  • Whale Shark on the Stem
    By Commander Vining A. Sherman, U. S. Navy

    The words, "Captain, please go to the forecastle," had come down over my bridge circuit from the Officer of the Deck, and then there had been something about the ship slowing almost two knots for some unknown reason. We were steaming...

  • Naval Action In The American Revolution (Pictorial Section)
  • Discussions, Comments and Notes

    Shipping-Over Problems

    (See page 1313, December, 1954, Proceedings)

    (See page 19, January, 1955, Proceedings)

  • Book Reviews

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  • Professional Notes

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  • The Father of American Naval Engineering
    By Commander Neville T. Kirk, U.S. Naval Reserve
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