Proceedings Magazine - October 1960 Vol. 86/10/692

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  • Africa: The Blessings Of Colonialism
    By William H. Hessler

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  • The Strategic Danish Straits
    By Captain Malcolm W. Cagle, USN

    In two world wars, the Battle of the Atlantic has been narrowly won by the Allies. In the unhappy event of a third Battle of the Atlantic, victory or defeat may well depend on who controls that narrow, shallow, island- dotted sea area...

  • Who Is In Command?
    By Donald F. Miley

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  • What's In It For Me?
    By Henry D. Hackett, USN

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  • Safety In Numbers
    By Captain William W. Jones, USN

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  • From Science, Sea Power?
    By Lieutenant Commander Albert G. Opitz, US.Ar

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  • Thoughts On Japan's Naval Defeat
    By Rear Admiral Toshiyuki Tokoi, IJN

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  • Where Is Task Force Thirty-Four?
    By Captain Andrew Hamilton, USNR

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  • The Press Gangs of the Royal Navy
    By Lieutenant Commander J. Stewart, Royal Navy

    In the spring of 1812, Britain had been fighting France for nineteen years. Although the tide of war seemed to be on the turn at last, for Wellington had more than held his own against French armies on the Continent itself, the British government...

  • Boston Naval Shipyard (Pictorial)
  • Comment and Discussion

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  • Book Reviews

    Amerika Samoa: A History of American Samoa and its United States Naval Adminis­tration*

    By Captain J. A. C. Gray, MG, U. S. Navy. Annapolis: United States Naval Institute, 1960. Illustrated....

  • Professional Notes
    Edited by Captain Harry B. Hahn, U. S. Navy

    COLLISION—OR NEAR MISS?

    By Captain John A. Hack, USN, Commanding Officer, USS Navarro (APA-215)

    It is night. You have had the deck of USS Valiant since midnight, three hours...

  • USS Weehawken - Gallant Iron Ship
    By James M. Merrill

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