January 1956 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
January 1956, Vol. 82, No. 1, Whole No. 635
Front Cover: U. S. FRIGATE Constellation.
For details concerning this month's cover portrait, see page 123
THE SHIP AND THE SHORE—HONORABLE MENTION 1
By Chief Quartermaster William J. Stanley, U. S. Navy
AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY: PATIENT COURAGE PAYS OFF 9
By William H. Hessler
NUCLEAR POWER AND THE SEAPLANE 18
By Commander C. T. Durgin, Jr., U. S. Navy
THE JAPANESE MILITARY MISSION TO ITALY IN 1941 24
By Vice Admiral Giuseppe Fioravanzo, Italian Navy
THE PERMANENT CRISIS OF SOVIET COMMUNISM 33
By Lieutenant Edgar F. Luckenbach, Jr., U. S. Naval Reserve and Albert Grossman
BUI CHU MEANS VALIANT 45
By Lieutenant (JG) Thomas A. Dooley, III (MC), U. S. Navy
THE SINKING OF THE Scharnhorst 48
By Karl-Hinrich Peter
THE AGE OF CONTINENTS 55
By William R. Mathews
THE EWING MUTINY 62
By Thornton Emmons and Homer C. Votaw
THE "JAYCOCK STORY"—Pictorial 71
By Chief Warrant Officer William B Kohl, U. S. Marine Corps
DISCUSSIONS, COMMENTS, NOTES 83
GERMAN NAVAL LITERATURE OF WORLD WAR II 95
By Philip K. Lundeberg
PROFESSIONAL NOTES 107
SECRETARY'S NOTES 123
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