Proceedings Magazine - January 1958 Vol. 84/1/659

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  • The Cordiner Committee Story
    By Captain D. J. Carrison, USN

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  • Dropping the Atomic Bomb on Nagasaki
    By Captain Frederick L. Ashworth, USN

    I guess there were many things I could have been worrying about on that summer afternoon in 1945. But at that particular time, the prospect of spending the night with sharks in the North Pacific was not nearly so distressing as the haunting...

  • The Burza Was A Destroyer (Westcott Memorial Essay)
    By Arthur A. Aronson

    An old adage has it that history repeats itself. It has certainly repeated itself for Poland and her armed forces. Their presence in exile during World War II, when the country itself was partitioned between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany, was...

  • Katusa-An Experiment in Korea
    By Lieutenant Colonel Spencer P. Edwards, Jr., USA

    In August, 1950, the North Korean Army had pressed the United Nations Forces into the Pusan perimeter and the future seemed dark. Nearly all the U. S. occupation forces had been moved to Korea and committed to battle, but the Seventh Division,...

  • Something's Doing In L.T.A.
    By Commander George Cornelius, USN

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  • Spiritual Forces And Revolution In Eastern Europe
    By Wing Commander J. Gellner, RCAF

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  • The Victoria And The Camperdown
    By Commander Frank Lipscomb, RN (Ret.)

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  • The U.S. Merchant Marine And Obsolescence
    By. Captain E. B. Perry, USN (Ret.)

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  • The Navy and Greely
    By Lieutenant David G. Colwell, USNR

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  • NAS, Alameda (Pictorial Section)
  • Comment and Discussion

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  • Book Reviews (What to Read on the Middle East)

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  • Professional Notes

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  • The Potential Of Our Nuclear Age Navy
    By Admiral H. D. Felt, USN
  • The Battle of Sandy Creek
    By Irving Parmeter

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