The Critical Tomorrows

By Hanson W. Baldwin
December 1962
There is rough water ahead for the Navy and the nation, warns Mr. Baldwin, unless we define adequately our political and economic goals and support these goals with military power.

The Lessons of Mine Warfare

By James J. Hoblitzell, Captain, U. S. Naval Reserve
December 1962
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 Cold War and Cultural Exchange

By Admiral W. H. Standley, USN (Ret.) and Rear Admiral A. A. Ageton, USN (Ret.)
December 1962
The efforts of Admiral Standley, our World War II Ambassador to the U.S.S.R., to obtain any real co-operation from the Russians were, he reports, as frustrating and foredoomed to failure ...

Comment and Discussion

December 1962
This html article is produced from an uncorrected text file through optical character recognition. Prior to 1940 articles all text has been corrected, but from 1940 to the present most ...

Notable Naval Books of 1962

By Robert M. Langdon
December 1962
History up to 1860 British historian G. J. Marcus has set for himself a formidable task, the writing of a multi-volume history of British sea power, a job that has ...

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