Proceedings Magazine - August 1957 Vol. 83/8/654

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  • Why A Sailor Thinks Like A Sailor
    By Captain J. C. Wylie, U. S. Navy

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  • The Beach Pounders
    By Malcolm F. Willoughby

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  • Suez and the Indian Ocean
    By O. Edmund Clubb

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  • Signaling In English Marine Art
    By Commander Hilary P. Mead, Royal Navy

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  • The Soviet Navy in World War II
    By Jurg Meister

    As in most matters concerning the Soviet Union, detailed information on the Red Navy’s operations in World War II is difficult to obtain and even more difficult to verify. While there is general agreement on the size and composition of...

  • The Haiphong "Misunderstanding" of March 6, 1946
    By Rear Admiral André Jubelin, French Navy

    What is it like to lead a great amphibious force back to territory that has been occupied by the enemy and where the attitude of the native population and even of allies-in-arms is at best uncertain? This was the situation on March 6, 1946, as...

  • Mars, No Bettah Da Kine
    By Lieutenant Commander Andrew Serrell, U. S. Navy

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  • The "Clermont" And The Beginnings Of Steam
    By Lieutenant (JG) James L. Degnan, Jr., U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • MSTS - Navy's Fourth Arm
    By Louis R. Fiore

    The American Merchant Marine has been called the “fourth arm” of our national defense and, in time of war, it has risen magnificently to the task required of it. However, “too little and too late” almost...

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  • Book Reviews

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  • Professional Notes

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  • The USS Delaware: "The Skeered O' Nothin'"
    By Assistant Professor Arthur M. Johnson, USNA

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