Proceedings Magazine - December 1962 Vol. 88/12/718

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  • The Critical Tomorrows
    By Hanson W. Baldwin

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  • The Lessons of Mine Warfare
    By James J. Hoblitzell, Captain, U. S. Naval Reserve

    The lessons of history are plain. The nation, powerful or puny, which sows a water-home crop of deadly mines, will reap psychological and strategic benefits all out of proportion to the time and money invested. 

  • Cuba's Place in U. S. Naval Strategy
    By Arthur M. Wilcox

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  • Northwest Passage
    By Scot MacDonald

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  • A Study In Divided Loyalties
    By Oretha D. Swartz

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  • A Look at Lieutenants in Command at Sea
    By Lt. Charles J. Murrell, USN

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  • The Cold War and Cultural Exchange
    By Adm. W. H. Standley, USN (Ret.) and Rear Adm. A. A. Ageton, USN (Ret.)

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  • Initial Success or Failure (Pictorial)
  • Comment and Discussion

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  • Notable Naval Books of 1962
    By Robert M. Langdon

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  • Professional Notes, Notebook and Progress

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  • How Happen I Were at Pearl Harbor on the morning of Sunday, 7th of Dec. 1941
    By Tai Sing Loo, Civilian Photographer, Pearl Harbor Naval Base 1918-1949

    "Charles, you are a life saver."

    On the 6th of December, Saturday afternoon, I had made arrangement with Tech. Sergeant Christen to have all his Guard be at the Main Gate between 8:30 to 9:30 o’clock Sunday morning to have...

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