Proceedings Magazine - November 1972 Vol. 98/11/837

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Waving the Munich Pact, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain promised his people “peace in our time.” But his appeasement of Hitler ensured, instead, a ruinous war that relegated...

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  • Notebook - Women Line Officers Assigned To Sea Duty On Hospital Ship 

    A female Sailor mans her duty station as USS Sanctuary (AH-17)’s lookout on the ship in Hunter’s Point, California...

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  • No More Vietnams?
    By Willard L Beaulac

    Waving the Munich Pact, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain promised his people “peace in our time.” But his appeasement of Hitler ensured, instead, a ruinous war that relegated Britain to the status of a third-rate power.

  • Ship Acquisition: The Lost Generation
    By Lt. Cdr. Terry L. Johnson, USN

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  • The Wondrous World of Jet/VSTOL
    By Captain Gerald G. O'Rourke, U. S. Navy

    For countless thousands of years, man watched the birds and dreamed of soaring aloft. It was not until the Middle Ages that hot air balloons permitted him to achieve that dream. A few hundred years later, the Wright brothers pried open the door...

  • Toward A Navy Second to One
    By Capt. Robert H. Smith, USN

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  • Cost-Effective Reserve Forces
    By Commander James G. Abert, U. S. Navy

    The role of the U. S. Naval Reserve is changing. The Secretary of Defense, Melvin Laird, has instructed the military Secretaries, among them the Secretary of the Navy, to recruit and retain, organize, equip, and train National Guard...

  • Civilianism, Civilianization, and the Military Services
    By Capt. J. C. Sandsberry, USN

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  • The Lost Corps: The Confederate States Marines
    By John E. McGlone III
  • Buoys Will Be Buoys
    By Lt. Cdr. J. E. Meade, USCG

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  • The Lost Corps: The Confederate States Marines
    By John E. McGlone, III

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  • Book Reviews and Book List

    The Science of War and Peace

    Robin Clarke. New York: McGraw-Hill, 319 pp. $10.00.

    Reviewed by Lieutenant Commander Charles R. Pursley, U. S. Naval Reserve

  • Professional Notes

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  • The Old Navy: The Loss of the Turkish Frigate Ertuğrul
    By Erdoğan Şumnu

    In 1887, when Japan was beginning to become a great power in Asia, the uncle of the Japanese Emperor paid a visit to Istanbul. He was granted an audience with the Turkish Sultan, Abdülhamid II, for the Sultan and his statesmen were anxious...


 
 

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