Proceedings Magazine - March 1956 Vol. 82/3/637

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The advent of atomic weapons has not modified Communist ideology which emphasizes the inevitability of world revolution and the ultimate collapse of capitalism. Despite talk of “peaceful...

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  • American Responsibilities in the Nuclear Age (Prize Essay, 1956)
    By Colonel William R. Kintner, U. S. Army

    The advent of atomic weapons has not modified Communist ideology which emphasizes the inevitability of world revolution and the ultimate collapse of capitalism. Despite talk of “peaceful coexistence,” a state of war, whether open or...

  • Think Long And Hard!
    By Captain K. C. McIntosh (SC), U. S. Navy (Retired)

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  • The Soviet Union And The War In The West
    By Maurice Matloff

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  • The National War College—A Civilian Appraisal
    By William H. Hessler

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  • Operation Deepfreeze Fits Out
    By Rear Admiral George J. Dufek, U. S. Navy (Retired), with Joseph E. Oglesby, JOG, U. S. Navy

    When President Eisenhower announced a renewal of American interest in the Antarctic early last year, he gave the Department of Defense the responsibility for supporting American scientists in the greatest American undertaking in the barren...

  • Wolmi-Do: Turning The Key
    By Major Robert A. McMullen, U. S. Marine Corps, and Captain Nicholas A. Canzona, U. S. Marine Corps

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  • The Chance Of A Lifetime
    By Lieutenant Commander William B. Hayler, U. S. Navy

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  • New Ships and Conversions—1945—1955 (Pictorial Section)
    By Commander Ellery H. Clark, Jr., U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • Discussions, Comments and Notes

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