Proceedings Magazine - September 1956
September 1956, Vol. No. 82, No. 9, Whole No. 643
Front Cover: U. S. STEAM SLOOP Princeton Especially painted for the U. S. Naval Institute by Colonel Phillips Melville, USAF (Retired). For details concerning her genesis and history, see page 961 of this number of the Proceedings.
THE NAKED WARRIORS 913
By Commander F. D. Fane, U. S. Naval Reserve, and Major Don W
Moore, U. S. Army (Retired)
THREE ACES—TRUMPED! 923
By Captain Donald Macintyre, Royal Navy (Retired)
THE CHALLENGE WE FACE 928 •
By Lieutenant Commander C. L. Henn, Jr., (SC), U. S. Navy
THE PRE-1942 SINGAPORE NAVAL BASE 939 By C. Northcote Parkinson
WHITE-OUT—A POLAR WEATHER PHENOMENON 955
By Lieutenant C. 0. Fiske, U. S. Navy
ERICSSON, STOCKTON, AND THE USS Princeton 961
By Ensign Harry C. Watts, U. S. Navy
LOST BUT NOT FORGOTTEN: THE FINAL RESTING PLACE OF HEROES OF THE
BARBARY WARS 969
By Mustapha Burchis and Arthur M. Johnson
THE NORWEGIAN MERCHANT MARINE SINCE 1945 975
By Colonel Lane C. Kendall, U. S. Marine Corps Reserve
NORWEGIAN MERCHANTMEN, PICTORIAL 990
DISCUSSIONS, COMMENTS, NOTES 999
BOOK REVIEWS 1003
PROFESSIONAL NOTES 1007
A PAGE FROM THE OLD NAVY 1022
SECRETARY'S NOTES 1025
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