A graduate of the U. S. Naval Academy in the Class of 1922, Captain Smith-Hutton was Commander, Destroyer Squadron 15, and on the Staff, Commander in Chief, U. S. Fleet, during World War II. Subsequently he was U. S. Naval Attaché, Paris, France, and Commanding Officer of the USS Little Rock. He has written articles for newspapers and magazines, including the Proceedings, and in 1937 he won the Naval Institute’s Prize Essay Contest.

Articles by H. H. Smith-Hutton

NATO Summit Conference

By Captain H. H. Smith-Hutton, USN (Ret.)
May 1958
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization meeting which was held in Paris last December was without doubt the most crucial meeting in the history of the eight-year-old alliance. This was emphasized ...