July 1957 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
July 1957, Vol. No. 83, No. 7 ontents Whole No. 653
Front Cover: KOREAN TORTOISE BOAT-1592 For details concerning this month's cover, see page 809.
THERE'S NO SUBSTITUTE FOR DIPLOMACY—OR FOR POWER 691
By William H. Hessler
POST INTERDICTION CARRIER OPERATIONS IN KOREA 699
By Commander Malcolm W. Cagle, U. S. Navy, and Commander Frank A. Manson, U. S. Navy
MILITARY PLANNING AT THE SEAT OF GOVERNMENT 713
By Colonel J. D. Hittle, U. S. Marine Corps
ALGERIA: A CASE STUDY IN THE EVOLUTION OF A COLONIAL PROBLEM 723
By Alvin J. Cottrell and James E. Dougherty
THE SOVIET UNION AND ITS SUBMARINE FORCES 734
By Lieutenant C. Huan, French Navy
MODERN TRIUMPH IN THE NORTHERN ICE 742
By Lieutenant (JG) William J. Kiernan, Jr., U. S. Naval Reserve
THE EVOLUTION OF NAVAL BASES IN THE BRITISH ISLES 753
By Lieutenant Commander James Stewart, Royal Navy
NAVAL AVIATION IN THE KOREAN WAR 762
By Assistant Professor Gerald E. Wheeler, USNA
DISCUSSIONS, COMMENTS, NOTES 779
BOOK REVIEWS 785
PROFESSIONAL NOTES 791
A PAGE FROM THE OLD NAVY 806
SECRETARY'S NOTES 809
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