Proceedings Magazine - January 1956 Vol. 82/1/635

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  • The Ship And The Shore—Honorable Mention
    By Chief Quartermaster William J. Stanley, U. S. Navy

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  • American Foreign Policy: Patient Courage Pays Off
    By William H. Hessler

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  • Nuclear Power and the Seaplane
    By Commander C. T. Durgin, Jr., U. S. Navy

    Military planners have long desired to break away from dependence on fixed bases and supply organizations which encumber mobility. All plans for rapid movement, surprise, and speedy follow-up of the initial advantage so gained depend upon a...

  • The Japanese Military Mission To Italy In 1941
    By Vice Admiral Giuseppe Fioravanzo, Italian Navy

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  • The Permanent Crisis Of Soviet Communism
    By Lieutenant Edgar F. Luckenbach, Jr., U. S. Naval Reserve and Albert Grossman

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  • Bui Chu Means Valiant
    By Lieutenant (JG) Thomas A. Dooley, III (MC), U. S. Navy

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  • The Sinking Of The Scharnhorst
    By Karl-Hinrich Peter

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  • The Age Of Continents
    By William R. Mathews

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  • The Ewing Mutiny
    By Thornton Emmons and Homer C. Votaw

    As is expected of a traditionally volunteer service under a democracy such as ours, the United States Navy has had few instances of what might even in the broadest terms be called mutiny. In fact, hangings for this crime took place only upon two...

  • The "Jaycock Story"—Pictorial
    By Chief Warrant Officer William B. Kohl, U. S. Marine Corps

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  • Discussions, Comments and Notes

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  • German Naval Literature of World War II: A Bibliographical Survey
    By Philip K. Lundeberg

    With mounting evidence of Teutonic maritime resurgence and uncertain prospects of an independent Reich’s role in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Western Powers must attach major significance to an unmistakable revival of German...

  • Professional Notes

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